20 Important Linux Command for VFX Pipeline
00. su – sudo for enter as root or administrator
01. date – current date and time
02. cal – month’s calendar
03. uptime – current uptime
04. w – who is online
05. whoami – Who you are logged in as
06. uname -a – kernel information
07. free – memory and swap usage
08. touch – create new file
09 .cp – copy
10. mv – move
11. rm – remove
12. pwd – current directory
13. ls – ls ll – list all
14.man – manual
15. top – htop – show process
16. ifconfig, ifconfig -s show ip address
17. hostname – display hostname
18. wget – download file from terminal
19. history – command history
20. clear

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