MickGenie.com Cheat Sheet:
Arrow up – list the history command that just done.
Ctrl + Z – Put the current process to the background.
date – display the server date and time.
df – show the disk space detail.
dmesg – print the boot message.
du – estimate the disk usage for the path.
finger – similar to who but you could use ‘finger <username>’ to show the selected user.
free – show free memory on the server.
hostname – show the hostname of your current server.
last – display who ever logged into the server and information
ps – showing all CPU processes.
pwd – show the current path.
uname – showing server information such as kernel, operating system, etc.
uptime – showing the server up time.
w – advance who option to show the server uptime, load and who is logged into the server.
who – show who is logged into the server.
whoami – show your current username.
man [command] – show the description of a command.
whatis [command] – show short description of a command.
more [filename] – show one screen of the file and you are able to scroll it.
less [filename] – similar to more but you are allow to scroll back.
head [filename] – show first 10 line of the file content.
tail [filename] – show last 10 line of the file content.
cat [filename] – print all file content.
top – show top process with server information.
kill – kill a certain process
killall [processname] – kill all of the process such as httpd, mysql, etc.
skill – kill all of the process from a user.
ls – list file.
dir – simple list file.
cd – change directory.
rm – remove a file
mkdir – create a folder.
rmdir – remove a folder.
touch – create a file.
mv – move or rename a file.
cp – copy a file.
tar zcf – create tar.gz file
tar cf – create tar file
tar zxf – untar tar.gz file
tar xf – untar tar file
gzip – create gz file
gunzip – unzip gz file