Command used in Linux. part -3

# man --- man stands for manual. It is the command reference book of linux


# makewhatis --- to update database 

# mkdir --- To create directory

# more --- It allows quickly view file and shows details in percentage

# mount --- To mount a drive

# partprobe --- command is used to inform the operating system of partition table 
changes.

# passwd --- To set or modify password of the user

# pvcreate --- To create physical volume

# ps --- To find process ID

# pwd --- To know the present working directory

# parted — A disk partition manipulation program


# pr –x --- Divides the file into x columns

# pr –h --- Assigns a header to the file


# pr –n --- Denote the file with the number

# poweroff = init 0

# rm --- To remove file or directory without prompting for confirmation

# rm –rf --- To remove file or directory if it has content

# rm –r --- Delete directory


# rm –I file1 file2 --- prompt to the user to delete every file

# reboot = init 6

# reset --- Reset the terminal

# runlevel --- Print previous and current Sysv run level

# rm –f --- Forcely remove file

# rmdir --- To remove the emptey directory

# su --- To switcher user

# sudo --- Allow regular user to run program with the security privileges of super user 
or root.

# shutdown –h now --- Shutdown the system now and do not reboot.

# service --- It call script located /etc/init.d directory

# ssh --- To login into remote host securely

# sftp --- To connect remote ftp host




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