It’s all about LINUX(part-1)

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From smartphones to cars, supercomputers and home appliances, the Linux operating system is everywhere.
Linux. It’s been around since the mid ‘90s, and has since reached a user-base that spans industries and continents. For those in the know, you understand that Linux is actually everywhere. It’s in your phones, in your cars, in your refrigerators, your Roku devices. It runs most of the Internet, the supercomputers making scientific breakthroughs, and the world\’s stock exchanges. But before Linux became the platform to run desktops, servers, and embedded systems across the globe, it was (and still is) one of the most reliable, secure, and worry-free operating systems available.

What is Linux?

Linux is a Unix-like, open source and community-developed operating system for computers, servers, mainframes, mobile devices and embedded devices.
Due to this, favoriteLinux is the favourite operating system for penetration Tester and Ethical Hackers.
Today I am going to share some common commands of linux which will be helpful for you,if you are a newbie on Linux Platform.
ls-This command is used to list directory contents.
Manish Bhardwaj ls.PNG
pwd-This command is used to see the Present Working Directory.
Manish Bhardwaj pwd
cd-This command is used to change drive.
Manish Bhardwaj cd
mkdir-This command is used to create a new directory.
Manish Bhardwaj mkdir.PNG
rmdir-This command is used to delete/remove a directory
Manish Bhardwaj rmdir.PNG
clear-This command is used to clear the terminal.
Manish Bhardwaj clear
locate-This command is used search something on linux.
Manish Bhardwaj locate
man-This command is used to see the manual page of any tool/command.
Manish Bhardwaj man 1
Manish Bhardwaj man 2
rm-This command is used to remove files or directories.
Manish Bhardwaj rm.PNG
w-This command display who is logged into the Linux and Unix-like server, and what they are doing at command execution time.
Manish Bhardwaj w.PNG
top– This command is used to see the Linux Task Manager.
Manish Bhardwaj top.PNG
Happy Learning:)
More Tutorials in next part.
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