BASH Keyboard Commands

Bash Keyboard Shortcuts Moving the cursor: Ctrl + a Go to the beginning of the line (Home) Ctrl + e Go to the End of the line (End) Ctrl + p Previous command (Up arrow) Ctrl + n Next command (Down arrow) Alt + b Back (left) one word Alt + f Forward (right) one […]

Linux Command Line

Using Find When no arguments are given, find lists all files in the current directory and all of its subdirectories. Commonly used options to shorten the list include -name (only list files with a certain pattern in their name), -iname (also ignore the case of file names), and -type (which will restrict the results to files of a certain specified type, such as d for directory, l for symbolic […]

Command Line – Copy and Move Command

I use this one a lot, use this on the command line to copy a file or folder. The -r is recursive so it will include the all files in a directory/folder. The -v is verbose so you can watch the command line fill with the file paths as they are being copied. cp -v -r […]