>Useful Linux Commands

By | November 1, 2010

>There are many commands in linux that we use in day to day. Here i am sharing some useful commands that may be smarter way to perform certain task

!command:p
Above given command will print last command that contain ‘command’ word from history, but not execute that. For example ‘root#!mount:p‘ will print last command from history that contain word mount , but not execute that command.
command
If you put space before command name it will not get stored in history. For example ‘root# passwd user1‘ will not store ‘passwd user1’ command in history.
ctrl+x then e
If you will press ctrl and x key together and then e key, a editor comes up to edit. Whichever editor (vi,emac etc) will depend on EDITOR variable.
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