Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration, Linux basics
Of course, I use Google to search for Linux commands, utilities and tools; but I prefer letting others do the searching for me. So, I’m always happy to find a good list. Today, I’m doubly happy, because I found one list, and it led me to another.
Looking for some Linux networking info, I found Special Purpose Network Addresses Every System admin need to know.
It’s a keeper, and its links send me to another cool list on the Debian Admin Blog: Basic Linux Commands With Man Pages.
This reminded me of our list, 50 nifty Linux command-line tools.
Some commands are listed on both, and some aren’t. Both lists are now in my “commands’ folder.
Both lists missed the dd command, which I just learned about in Sander van Vugt’s article, Linux/Unix commands: How to get copy, conversion power with dd.
I’m always looking for new lists and Linux commands. Got one? Please share.