Linux Commands Cheat Sheet
- By Burr Sutter
Easy to use shortcuts for developers
Whether you are new to Linux or have years of experience, you may find yourself encountering tasks you haven’t done lately. That is where the cheat sheet can help.
In this Linux Commands Cheat Sheet find:
- Basic to more advanced shortcuts.
- Screenshots to help you verify you are doing it correctly.
- Tips from ssh to tar -xf somefile.tar.qz we’ve got you covered.
Taken from the personal cheat sheets of the Red Hat Developer Program team for you to save or print to take with you.
Cheat Sheet Excerpt“
ssh [ip or hostname] “vagrant ssh” in the same directory as the Vagrantfile to shell into the box/machine (assumes you have successfully “vagrant up”)
On Windows: PuTTY and WinSCP
An “ssh.exe” is also available via Cygwin as well as with a Git installation.
Displays the full path name
Change directory to “target” directory
Change directory to your home directory
Long listing, displays file ownership
Displays hidden files/directories