Basic Linux Commands

List of the basic Linux command that usually use on Linux system for using, maintaining and administrative purpose.

Using stat command to display file or filesystem status on Linux system.

 

Using stat command to display file or filesystem status on Linux system.

 

   The example of using Linux stat command on bash shell to display file or filesystem status on Linux Fedora Core machine.

 

Linux command name: stat

 

   The stat command can be use to check the single file status ( like file properties on Windows) or check the filesystem status on Linux machine.  The example below show the step by step on using the stat command to check file status and check filesystem status.


Using Linux rm command to delete, remove hidden files and folder - Basic Linux Command.

 

Step by step example to delete or remove hidden files, folder or directory on Linux Fedora system using rm command.

 

Using Linux rm command on the bash shell command prompt to delete or remove file, hidden file, folder, hidden folder and meta character filename and folder name on Linux fedora core with example. This article show the step by step guide on delete file or delete folder on Linux system, make sure that the that you understand the rm command before you execute them.

 

Linux command name: rm

 


Moving or rename files and directory using Linux mv command - Basic Linux Command.

 

Moving or rename files and directory using Linux mv command - Basic Linux Command.

 

Renaming Linux file and folder using Linux mv command, the mv command can be use to moving Linux files and directory to another location on the Linux system.

 

Command name: mv

 


Guides and help on using basic Linux commands & basic Unix commands with step-by-step example.

 

Step by step example using Linux basic commands & Unix basic commands.

 

  When you talk about using Linux as Operating System, at least you need to know some of the basic Linux commands that could help you do the configurations, setup and manage your Linux box using the Linux shell (or command line interpreter). 

 


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