Common Linux Terminal Commands

Introduction

Some of us might familiar with Linux and Raspberry Pi OS but others don’t. Even if you are familiar, there are a small chance that some of you still doesn’t understand what is the meaning of the commands used for certain operations, projects, programs, etc. Well most of us like to copy paste… until the stuff that we copied doesn’t work on our project!

This tutorial is made to help you understand the most used basic commands in Linux, specifically Raspberry Pi OS. 

Cheat Sheet

Here are the lists of basic commands used in Raspberry Pi OS. These commands also work in any Linux OS. From these lists, some of these commands will have further explanation in a tutorial video.

				
					sudo = "put this in front of any commands, execute that particular commands as a 'SuperUser' (root)"

cd = "Change Directory (Folder)"

ls = "List all files and folders in current directory"

mkdir = "Create a new folder in current directory"

rm and rmdir = "Delete files and Delete folders"

wget = "Download anything from the internet using source links"

nano = "Use a built-in text editor Nano to display and edit any text files"
				
			

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