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Shell Bourne shell (sh) C shell (csh) Korn shell (ksh) Bourne Again shell (bash)
cat $ cat $ cat file1 file2 > file4
clear $ clear
cp $ cp [option] file /dir/path $ cp --help
cut $ cut [option] file
find $ find /path [option]
grep $ grep [option] “data” file
ln $ ln –s /path/to/source target
locate $ locate
ls $ ls [option] /directory
mkdir $ mkdir
mv $ mv file1 file2
rm $ rm
rmdir $ rmdir
tail $ tail [option]
mount $ mount [option] /dev/device /mnt/point
ps $ ps [option]
kill $ kill
adduser $ adduser
passwd $ passwd
userdel $ userdel [-r]
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