Linux Commands. A Shell / Terminal accepts Linux commands and the OS Process. All the Linux commands here are explained, examples are provided with output. Here are Basic Linux commands with examples explained. App called Sysadmin - Basic Linux Commands Tutorial for Android Device.
Understated what is Linux, start with basic commands and explore the Linux file system.
Learn how to create and manage users and groups, manage services and processes, automate tasks using cron jobs.
Learn how to install software packages using apt-get, yum and rpm package managers.
Install and configure FTP, NFS and Samba servers and copy files securely over the internet.
Learn how to work with the CLI(Command Line Interface).
• System Information
• System Control
• Package Manager
• Terminal Games
• Hacking Tools
• Cursor navigation
• Tab completion
• Special characters in commands
• Clear and reset the terminal
• List of recent commands
• Close a frozen window/application
• File permissions
Example of console commands:
shutdown, reboot, lock/unlock screen, print external/internal IP, print CPU/battery usage, take screenshot/webcam photo, play text to speech, play a sound file.
Linux is an open-source operating system. A shell is a program that receives commands from the user and gives it to the OS to process, and it shows the output. Linux's shell is its main part. Its distros come in GUI (graphical user interface), but basically, Linux has a CLI (command-line interface). Linux allows users to interact with OS through Commands which is one of the conditions Linux is powerful.
3200 manual pages, 1351 useful one-line scripts, and general tips.
Sysadmin - Basic Linux Commands Tutorial is a simple app. This app guides you from no knowledge of the Linux command. Here you learn how to use commands. You will learn to explore commands and learn them yourself. Here you will grab your fishing pole to learn how to fish.
You will start from the Get started section where you learn about this app, Linux, Linux distribution, and shell.
In the Basic section, you will learn basic commands, those Linux commands you will be using every day and every moment you are in front of Linux.
On the Intermediate level, you will learn the structure of the commands, many concepts about Linux which will be required during commands. The pathname, links, I/O redirection, Wildcard and more.