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basics of kali linux

commands


The command “ls” stands for (List Directory Contents), List the contents of the folder, be it file or folder, from which it runs. The most common options are -a (all files) and -l (long or details)
  • Nmap
Nmap, also known as network mapper is a pretty simple tool in Kali Linux that allows you to scan open ports, running services, NetBIOS, OS detection etc.
  • Lsblk
The lsblk stands for List Block Devices, print block devices by their assigned name on the standard output in a tree-like fashion.
  • apt-get
The apt-get tool automatically updates a Debian machine and installs Debian packages/programs.
  • Cal
The cal command simply displays a formatted calendar of current month in your terminal screen.
  • Sudo
The sudo command allows a permitted user to execute a command as the root user or another users.
  • Chroot
The Chroot command allows to run a command with a different root directory.
  • Cron
The cron command is a daemon to execute scheduled commands.
  • Fgrep
The fgrep command allows to search for files that meet the desired criteria.
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