Simple Linux tips which save 50% of my time in the command line


1) Use !{command} for executing the previous instance of command quickly
2) Use !! for Executing the Last Command
3) Use "CTRL+R" for Repeating the Last Matching Command
4) Using history Command to Get Some of the Most Frequently Used UNIX Command
5) Using Regular Expression in grep and find
6) Using pipe Instead of firing Two Commands
7) Using Aliases and Defining Them in Bash Profile or bashrc File
8) Using pushd, popd, cd -, ~ to Move Across a Directory
9) Minimize the Keystrokes or Increase the Speed of Typing
10) Keep Learning New Linux Commands

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