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Old 06-20-2013, 05:41 PM   #1
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LXer: Less Popular But Useful Linux Commands


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Ever since from the age of unix to the present unix-like linux distributions, the linux world has added plethora commands to the kitty of linux users. At times it is just too difficult to keep in mind the complete set of available commands. However, we donít even need to memorize all of them. It is sufficient to just be aware of commands and keep in mind the ones which are related to linux lives. Here I am consolidating a list of less popular but useful linux commands and how they work. I am sure, most of these commands would interest you and make your tasks simpler and efficient in some way.

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