The 11 Most Useful Linux Commands in the World Ever
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"Almost every Linux website seems to have a list of the "best
command line commands". Sometimes they get them wrong.
"Here is a list of useful commands that I came up with by
looking at my 'history' file. I would not be happy to use a
computer platform that didn't support them:
What is the last file that I saved/downloaded/modified? This
command is essential if, like me, you can never remember file
This command allows you to login to any computer and do stuff with
it. It is essential for a happy and fulfilling life.
What process is eating all my memory or all my processor time?
Essential - especially if you use it with the 'M' and 'P' commands.
Firefox is often the culprit. "
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