Short Bytes: Here I’m sharing a useful Linux commands cheat sheet that you can print and keep it as a learning guide or a refresher. The cheat sheet is organized according to different commands and sections for easy use.
If you are willing to become a system administrator or trying to make a shift from Windows to Linux, you need to become well-versed with basic Linux commands.
Even if you adopted Linux a long time ago, it becomes difficult to remember all the commands and use them to perform powerful tasks with just a few keystrokes. In such times, you feel the need of an ultimate cheat sheet that could act as an answer to all your problems.
Recently, I came across a basic Linux commands cheat sheet that one could easily use as a refresher or a learning guide.
This cheat sheet organizes all the commands in 13 different sections according to their usage to help you out with the information on package installation, how to call up system info, or how to manipulate a file.
Prepared by LinOxide, you can go ahead and download the cheat sheet in PDF format and take a look at a more detailed reference guide.
Below is the image that you can save and print: