I use the Linux command line extensively, both on my local machine or when I’m connected to a remote server. There are some keyboard shortcuts that I want to share with you which have made my life on BASH a lot easier. I have not come across too many books that have documented these shortcuts and I think they are quite important to improve your productivity while on the command line.

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Created by vlovindia 7 years 25 weeks ago – Made popular 7 years 25 weeks ago
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can.axis's picture


7 years 25 weeks 6 days 15 hours ago


The GNU Bash Reference Manual (revised for version 3.2)

Network Theory Ltd: "...This manual is the definitive reference for GNU Bash, the standard GNU command-line interpreter. It covers the current major release of Bash (v3.2, revised printing November 2006). ..."

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7 years 25 weeks 3 days 16 hours ago


GNU BASH, not Linux BASH

There is no variant BASH that is published under the Linux brand. If anything, it is very likely that the referenced BASH program is actually GNU BASH. To use the term Linux BASH as a synonym for GNU BASH is completely confusing and unfair to the members of the GNU project.

Please do not make the mistake of confusing GNU as being part of the Linux project by referring to the GNU/Linux system as "Linux". http://www.gnu.org/gnu/why-gnu-linux.html

Balzac's picture


7 years 25 weeks 3 days 5 hours ago


I agree, the title is inaccurate and irritating

But the content of the article was good. I'll be using those bash commands on a regular basis.