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Linux cheat sheet for beginners: from simple commands to advanced-but-easy tricks

Simple commands that make your life easier when moving around folders, browsing and searching for files, and editing them in batch.

Without blah blah, let’s go straight to the cheat sheet. I begin with basic stuff that you probably already know if you already work with Linux. And then I progressively go for more interesting commands.

Browsing folders and files

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