Linux Commands

File System
df -h
  - Show file system usage

du -hs
  - Show current folder disc space usage

du -a -h --max-depth=1 | sort -rh
  - List 1st-level subfolders and files with size

fdisk -l | grep Disk
  - Display total harddisk size

ls -lZ
  - Display the security context associated with files or directories

ls | wc -l
  - List number of files and directories for the current folder

dd if=/dev/zero of=<filename> bs=1024k count=10
  - Create a 10MB file (file size = bs x count)

User and Group
grep ^groupname /etc/group
  - List all user of a group

groupadd groupname
  - Create new group

  - List all groups of the current user

htpasswd -c passwdfile username
  - Create password file with username or truncate and rewritten if exists

passwd username
  - Change the password of an exiting user

useradd username
  - Create user

useradd -m -s /bin/bash username
  - Create user with default home folder and bash as default shell

usermod -a -G groupname username
  - Add existing user to an existing group

System Inforamtion
uname -mrs
  - Linux kernal version and microprocessor architecture

  - Display the boot msg

ps aux OR ps -ef
  - Show running process

netstat -r
  - Show the IP routing table including gateway address

netstat -tuna
  - List the listening port

netstat -tulpn | grep :<port>
  - Find the process which occupies a specific port

Hard Disk & Partition
  - Checkdisk

  - Fixdisk

  - Format hard disk

  - Edit the parameters of the partition

Cron Job
crontab -e
  - Edit cron jobs

crontab -l
  - List all cron jobs

  - Select text editor for crontab

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