CyberSecurity Linux Command

salman reza
Jun 6, 2021

This is the seventh week of Beginners Linux Commands. This week, I will share 12 commands that can be used to check Linux systems and administration.

  1. vi- text editor.
  2. cat – display file contents.
  3. tac – output file contents, in reverse.
  4. more – display file contents one screen/page at a time.
  5. less – similar to the more command with additional features.
  6. tail – used to display the tail end of a text file or piped data.
  7. dmesg – prints the message buffer of the kernel ring.
  8. journalctl – query the systemd journal.
  9. kill – terminate a process.
  10. killall – sends a kill signal to all instances of a process by name.
  11. sleep – suspends program execution for a specified time.
  12. wait – Suspend script execution until all jobs running in the background have been terminated.

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