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Linux Commands

Looking for all the sysadmins out there....What are your most used and most important linux commands?
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earlyriser99
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farzanjCommented:
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Darr247Commented:
$ sudo
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mhenry20Commented:
ls -al - directory listing.
fsck - Files system check.
mkfs.ext4 - make ext4 file system.
chkconfig - List services
find . -name "*.*" -exec grep -il string {} \; - find all files containing string
df - drive space
du - disk usage
ps -ef - process status
top - top processes
rsync - sync files
sftp - ssh ftp
gpg - gnu pretty good privacy
crontab - scheduled tasks
man - manual pages
shutdown - shutdown/restart
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woolmilkporcCommented:
"Ten Linux commands you can’t live without":

http://www.ethiopianreview.com/scitech/211
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joolsCommented:
exit


the reality however depends what you want to do :-)
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ThomasMcA2Commented:
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