There are many common Linux commands that will be to your benefit, if you ever even use your command line software in Linux. Many average users just use the graphical user interface instead which usually provides many tools and front-ends to Linux common commands. This Linux system tutorial on control commands will help the average user in the event X server accidents, fails, is not properly designed, etc. So stay with me for some of the more prevalent Linux bash instructions.
Some of the more Best free Linux tutorials. A Linux system Unix shell commands tend to be listed below for more information on each command you can always manage man [command] and this will bring up the manage for that command, you can also click on the requires listed for some frequent examples and format.
First before I list them virtually any syntax in  will be needing some kind of input of your stuff normally, for example:
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- linux ls command – is used to list files on the filesystem.
- File – command that will check the filetype, this will output to you what the file type is no matter what the extension is.
- Mkdir command – used to make directories on the filesystem.
- cd- is used for changing into a different directory in the Linux shell
- cp – is the Linux copy command, this shell command is used to copy files|directories from one location on the filesystem to another.
- Mv – the Linux terminal command to move files|directories. Like the cp command, but deletes the original source.
- rm– shell command in Linux to remove files|directories.
- Linux cat command- this command is used to print|view the contents of a file to the screen|terminal.
- Grep – command used to search|find contents of a file and print|view on your terminal|screen.
- Linux more and less – commands that will allow you to read output of files, unlike cat that will output the entire file at once, even if it is too large for your terminal more and less will output only as many lines as the shell you are in can output, and allow you to scroll through the file contents.
- Chown – Linux command to change ownership of a file|directory.
- Linux chmod – command that allows you to change mode of user access|permissions, basically set read, write, and execute permissions.
- Linux ps – lists the current running processes on your Linux system
- Linux kill and killall commands – used to kill|terminate running processes