Did you know that there are literally hundreds of Linux commands? Even on a bare-bones Linux server install there are easily over 1,000 different commands. Claim your complimentary copy for free.
What's it about?
The interesting thing is that most people only need to use a very small subset of those commands. I like to pride myself on my command line prowess, but there are really only about a hundred commands that I ever use and even fewer that I use on a daily basis.
Would you like to know what those common commands are?
Well, lucky for you I put together a Linux command line cheat sheet. It breaks down commands by category and includes a clickable table of contents. That way you can quickly find the exact command you need.
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How to get it
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