Linux is a different animal if you are a user or system administrator that has constantly working in the Windows GUI environment. In fact, Linux will look bland and boring but make no mistake about it; the Operating System is stable and impressive.
That being said, when you are asked to work from the command line in an operating system things can get confusing. There are a lot of situations and commands to try and remember. That is not a reasonable expectation for anyone. With that in mind, I created a Linux cheat sheet as part of my collection of cheat sheets. Without further ado, below is the cheat sheet that hopefully helps you when trying to figure things out.
Note: There will a separate article with information about permissions and how they work. Look for that in the coming days.
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