Daily Linux Commands
10,000 - 50,000 downloads
- Useful app
- No ads
- Basic commands (beginners)
Daily Linux Commands is a list of commonly used Linux terminal commands
Graphic interface of lots of Linux distributions has been truly enhanced. That's one of the reason that has made Ubuntu, a Linux gate for newbies. However, Linux is weak if users don't make use of its terminal commands. Its strength lies on there.
This app is a list of Linux terminal command divided by categories to make it understandable for non-experts Linux users. Thus, beginner can find here commands related to compression, file permissions, searching, FTP, installation, network, system and many more.
Below each command there's a description of what performs. A simple app like this one can help users to stay on the most-used open-source OS and don't leave it due to its learning curve. There aren't included all the commands but the basic ones. Enough to start.
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v1.0: Initial Market release
v1.1: Fix issues for Small Screen Device
Few new Commands added
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Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
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Can you make man pages offline?
A good app with no ads. Hope to see a version 2 with more linux tricks in details.
Best for beginners who does not know a single cmd of linux
Pretty good assortment of the mostly used commands. Just wish it would bring up a deeper description when you click on the command. The man page would be good, if you're not at a linux box to bring up the man page.
5 star to its GUI... Great app for Linux Beginners.... Please Provide Updates
We need apps like that. Unix runs the networking world.