So I’ve been immersing myself in the world of Linux for the last 12 months, to bring my decades of Windows experience in line.
I’ve been a command line non-enthusiast for basically my whole life, so I find that it takes a looooong time for me to memorize the commands that are essential, but I’m slowly getting there. This topic is a series of cheatsheets I’ll refer to as I go. If you have suggestions to improve anything I’ve posted here, please do!
I assume you are root for many of these commands. If you aren’t, you’ll get errors trying to do some of the sys-admin-y kinds of things I describe below. So use
sudo -sto become root as you need to, and
exitto stop being root.
When you are root your command line will end in