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Hey guys. I have a question.
What Linux tools do you use daily?

Here is my list:

Ssh, scp, netcat, neovim, Gradle, frcmake, gcc, clang-format, python3, pip, wget, git, hub, code, gitkracken, wine, gqrx, gnuradio, rtl_tcp, aircrack_ng, ftp, chromium, crostini, crouton, chromebrew.

I'm probably missing a few. I am curious to see what you guys use.

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  • 3
    Curl. Also classic vim.
  • 4
    Hmm.. Lemme think.

    cd;
    ls;
    sudo;
    systemctl;
    git (if it can be considered a Linux tool);
    mvn (if git can, why mvn couldn't, right?;
    yay (must keep things updated..).
  • 3
    - pssh (gotta maintain tons of hosts)
    - sudo (lol)
    - awscli
    - jq
    - docker
    - mkvirtualenv, workon
    - absurd chains of cut, tr, sed, grep because I'm too lazy to learn awk
  • 6
    Tab key for autocompletion
  • 11
    Damn that's a list but some:
    ls, grep, ps (with the auxfw params), pgrep, kill, pkill, xkill, killall, mysql, service, systemctl, ifconfig, ifup, ifdown, df, du, netstat (params: tulpen), ip, nano, less, touch, mkdir, lsof, cd, csf, ufw, chown, chmod, zgrep, yes, sl, nginx, vim, ssh, telnet (testing smtp connections), netbeans, atom, firefox, chromium (fuck chrome), gedit, terminator, konsole, yakuake, curl, wget, axel, mount, umount, echo, ssh-add, some custom shell scripts.....

    All I can think of at the moment...
  • 2
    apt / apt-get
    php (cli)
    nano

    Those are definitely daily. There are way more if you extend it to "every other day".
  • 7
    ps -ef / ps aux / ps -efH
    ls -ltah / ll
    df -hPT
    egrep / egrep -RHn
    cat
    tail / tail -F
    head
    less -S / less
    vim
    apt
    du -sk * | sort -nrk1 | head
    sort
    column -t
    man
    pwd
    cd / cd -
    awk
    sed
    read / read -s
    echo
    tr
    date
    sudo
    ssh
    scp
    java / jshell (not quite a Linux tool per_se)
    curl -kL -vvv -s
    kill / kill %
    bg / fg / disown / jobs
    ping
    openfortivpn
    ifconfig | egrep Link\|inet
    dmesg
    htop / top
    telnet / nc
    cp -rp
    mv
    rm -f
    [
    base64
    file
    netstat -ntlpa

    These are the ones I remember ATM
  • 1
    gnome. nuff
  • 0
    subl .
    htop
    npm i
    ipython
    gcloud
    ping
    ss
    ip a
    kill
    curl
    wget
    jq
  • 1
    1. vim
    2. go, sudo, docker
    3. ls, mkdir, mv, rm
    4. pacman
    5. git
  • 2
    "Git" all day long
  • 1
    No idea, but I'll definitely start statting the bash history.
  • 1
    gradle..... Is this the thing I am guessing?
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