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List of the most commonly used Unix commands.

Okay, you are suddenly confronted with a Unix command prompt. What to do, what are the commands?
Next a list of the most common ones.

Command
Description
 cdReturn to your home directory
 cd .. Move one directory level up
 cd <directory name>Move to the directory with name <directory name>
 chmod ugw <filename>Change file rights. Ugw is an octal number defining the file/directory rights for the user, group and/or world. Example: 755 (rwxr-xr-x) means user has full rights, group and world are only allowed to read and execute.
 cp <source> <destination>Copy file <source> to file <destination>
 finger <username>Find out more about a user with the name <username>
 grep string filenameLooks for a string in a filename
 kill -9 <process number>Kill (stop) process with number <process number>. Use the ps command to find the process number of the job you want to stop.
 lsShow the content of your current directory
 ls -alShow the content of your current directory, extensively
 man <command>Show manual page of <command>
 mkdir <directory name>Create a directory named <directory name>
 more <filename>Show content <filename> page by page. Press Space bar for next page, q to quit.
 mv <source> <destination>Move file <source> to file <destination>
 passwdChange your password
 pwdShow current working directory
 psShow running processes
 ps -af Show all running processes. Note: option -af might differ on different Unix OS flavors.
 rm <filename>Remove a file
 rmdir <directory>Remove a directory
 setShow environment settings
 tar -cf <archivename>.tar directory Create archive from directory. Example: tar -cf test.tar ./cars/
 tar -tf <archivename>.tarList archive without extracting.
 tar -xvf <archivename>.tarExtract tar archive
 topShow constantly all running processes
 vi <filename>Edit <filename>. Press Esc:wq to save the file and exit the Vi-editor.
  

Find a string in files

find . | xargs grep 'string' -sl
The -s is for summary and won't display warning messages such as grep: ./directory-name: Is a directory.
The -l is for list, so we get just the filename and not all instances of the match displayed in the results.

Another helpful site with a collection of unix commands is http://cb.vu/unixtoolbox.xhtml

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