In this simple article we are going to show you 10 linux system commands that are really useful and maybe you did not know.
Print the user logged in.
Print the current date-time, time zone included.
Display Linux system informations.
Shows how long is the system running.
Print the hostname of the system.
Display kernel version and informations.
Prints the history of all the commands ran.
Prints the PID of a program running.
A PID is an acronym for process identification number on Linux systems. It is an identification number that is automatically assigned to each process when it is created.
Kill a program that is actually running identified by its PID.
Displays the top CPU processes.
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