Linux commands in a nutshell

writing down a series of posts about GNU Linux commands.is one of the main purposes of this blog.
In these posts we are going to review some Linux commands with practical examples.This is not a complete but itโ€™s a compact list of commands to refer when needed.These posts are not a linux training or a complete guide: you can use manpages for that (aka RTFM)The goal is share information about GNU Linux commands , improve my knowledge and use this website to cut & paste commands that I’m not able to remember ๐Ÿ™‚

Bug fixes, suggestions and feedbacks are welcome as usual !

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dmesg using human readable output format

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