Linux and Ubuntu Terminal Command Reference Cheat sheets

Do you have trouble remembering all those handy Linux terminal commands?

Do you find that in order to remember how to do a specific command you need to search through your bookmarks for that specific StackOverFlow post?

The good news is you’re not the only one. That’s why we’ve compiled these two easy quick reference terminal command cheat sheets for Linux and Ubuntu.

Let us help you to take the plunge and learn the basics of the terminal with these printable guides.

We cover the basic commands of the terminal on a one page PDF. Including

  • Working with files
  • Getting system information
  • managing processes and file permissions
  • file compression
  • Shortcuts
  • Network Management
  • SSH

This guide is perfect for new commers and even seasoned pro’s to help remember the most often used commands.

 

Linux Terminal Cheat Sheets

Common Linux terminal commands

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Ubuntu Terminal Cheat Sheets

Common Ubuntu terminal commands

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How to use

Print them out and stick them to your office walls! or keep them in a handy location on your desk.

After a few months of referring to them you will be able to remember the commands without constantly having to refer to the cheat sheets.

Hope you find them useful. If there are any commands not listed please drop us a note in the comments section and we’ll add them.

 

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