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But I’m back with a new topic.

linux commands

Want to learn Kali Linux? then you should start with a beginners guide. But, wait! Are you going to buy a beginners guide course?
Before you go, you should try to understand some basic commands for Linux terminal.

So, without wasting your valuable time, Let’s begin.

1 Date Command – “date”
This command is used to display the date and time. I know that this not a new thing for you but in a terminal, this command is useful for you.

2 Cal Command – “cal”
Now, this command is going to interesting. Because this command will print the calendar in the terminal for you.

3 Ls Command – “ls”
This is a useful command that will list all the directories and all the files of a directory. If we say it in a simple way – this command will show you all the files and subfolders of a folder.

4 Who am I Command – “whoami”
This command will print your user ID to the terminal.

5 Who Command – ” who”
You can use this command to print the information about users who are logged in.

6 Cd Command – “cd”
The cd (change directories) command is used to change the current working directory.

7 Pwd Command – “pwd”
This command is known as “Print working directory”. And it is used to print the working directory.

8 Mkdir Command – “mkdir”
Use this command to create a new directory. for example, if you wish to create a file named “tecnicalg.txt” under “Desktop” type –
“mkdir root/Desktop/technicalg.txt”

9 Rm Command – “rm”
This command is used to delete files or directories. You can use this command like –
“rm root/Desktop/technicalg.txt”

10 Uptime Command – “uptime”
It will print the time for which your system is running or up.

So, guys, these were some of the basic commands for Kali Linux beginners. I hope you enjoy reading this post. If you really enjoy reading this post then share this article with your friends too.
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