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Complete Unix Commands And Basic Linux Commands With Examples For Beginners

To learn something we should start from basic. In this article, we are going to learn most and useful basic Linux commands or Unix commands. I would suggest you should read this article if you are going to start learning Linux or interested in Linux. This article will give approximately all that basic Linux commands which will make you Linux easier to understand. Not only basic you will get much more than that, but I mean to say this article is useful also for experienced Linux admins.
So Let’s have a look at below Linux commands or Unix commands.

  1. Operating System Related Linux Commands If someone asks which operating system you are currently using or prove that you are using a Linux Operating System then you can use uname command to prove the same.

[root@localhost ~]# uname # To check the Current Operating System
Linux
uname command with option -a will give you some more useful information like Computer Name, Kernel Version, Operating System architecture, etc.

[root@localhost ~]# uname -a # To check Linux Kernel Verison and OS details

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