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List of Common Linux Commands

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Barney T.    2,334

A fairly comprehensive list of common Linux commands:

http://www.pixelbeat.org/cmdline.html

Barney

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Tiftof    0

Great little list :) I'm getting into linux and I love how easily and fast you can do some stuff in a terminal. Going to print this list, read it and keep it as a reference.

thanks

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Z3r0    0

this is a good one:

shutdown now

:p (sorry, bad day with linux)

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Hurmoth    518

Excellent! This is a huge help... thanks :)

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aggrophobik    1

Helpful for a n00b like myself, thanks.

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moloko    186

Just started class and writing scripts. thanks.

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Swiftie    0

Both links are superb. Learning so much. ;)

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Agnes Leroy    0

Thanks man..this will help learners like me.

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kau    0

this is good!

neat and clean

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Loxx    0

cheers for the links folks :)

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akiratheoni    0

Nice guide, i book marked it.

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Krpano    32

Great links...all of them.

All bookmarked for future need.

Thx guys.

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dead.cell    4,333

Great bunch of lists guys! Thanks. :D

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roadgeek9    0

Very useful list. Thanks!

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Nn'theraq'pss    0

Kill a process by it's name:

kill `ps -ef | grep process_name | grep -v grep | awk '{print $2}'`

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mvs subramanyam    0

very nice links thanks a lot my friend :D

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rson451    0
Kill a process by it's name:

kill `ps -ef | grep process_name | grep -v grep | awk '{print $2}'`

or just: killall process_name

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Cyber-Knight    0

Perfect lists, perfect documentation.

printed a copy and sticked it to the table.

many thanks everybody :)

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