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Henry Wed 5 Dec 2018 at 16:08:46
General commands Re: Favorite Linux Commands?

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General Commands

apt-get update
      Synchronizes the list of packages 
      on your system to the list in the repositories. 
      Use it before installing new packages 
      to make sure you are installing the latest version.

apt-get upgrade 
      Upgrades all of the software packages you have installed.

clear 
      Clears previously run commands and text from the terminal screen.

date 
      Prints the current date.

find / -name example.txt 
      Searches the whole system for the file example.txt 
      and outputs a list of all directories that contain the file.

nano example.txt: 
      Opens the file example.txt in the Linux text editor Nano.

poweroff 
      To shutdown immediately.

raspi-config
      Opens the configuration settings menu.

reboot 
      To reboot immediately.

shutdown -h now
      To shutdown immediately.

shutdown -h 01:22
      To shutdown at 1:22 AM.

startx
      Opens the GUI (Graphical User Interface(windows)).


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