Linux Cheat Sheet

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I frequently leverage the following Linux commands in my daily work, and I’m excited to share them with you in this cheat sheet. As I continue to learn and explore, I’ll be updating this resource regularly.

It’s worth noting that I’ve tested all the commands on Debian-based Linux systems, particularly Ubuntu.

Feel free to bookmark this page for future reference and stay tuned for regular updates!

  • Ctrl + a – Go to start of line
  • Ctrl + e – Go to end of line
  • Ctrl + u – Cut from start of line
  • Ctrl + k – Cut to end of line
  • Ctrl + w – Cut the word before the cursor
  • Ctrl + y – Paste the last cut text
  • Ctrl + L – Clear the screen
  • Ctrl + r – Search history
  • !! -Repeat last cmd
  • !abc – Run last command starting with abc
Misc Commands
  • sudo shutdown -h now – Shutdown system now
  • sudo shutdown -r now – Reboot system now


All credit for these commands goes to the creators behind the below cheatsheet, and I’m grateful for their contribution to the community.

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