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A look at some useful Linux commands

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As useful as I find the Linux command line, there are more than a couple of commands that I use rarely. But when I do use them they definitely come in handy.

Some (maybe more than some) power users will balk at my choices – I know several who use these commands regularly. But this post isn’t for them. It’s for the rest of us.

Let’s take a look at these five commands, what they can do, and how to use them.

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