Linux Commands

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About this app

Linux Commands: A simple Android application to master Linux, the Open-Source Operating System.

Linux Commands is designed for beginners and provides a seamless starting point. The Basic Commands are thoughtfully categorized into "Basic," "Intermediate," and "Advanced," allowing users to track their progress even as they delve into the fundamentals of Linux.

Linux, an open-source operating system, stands as a cornerstone of modern computing. The app begins by introducing users to the basics, explaining the crucial role of the shell in processing commands and generating output. While Linux distributions often feature a graphical user interface (GUI), the real power lies in its command-line interface (CLI), allowing users to interact with the system through a series of powerful commands.

A shell is a software program that accepts commands from the user, forwards them to the operating system for processing, and displays the resulting output.

In the "Get Started" section, we introduce the app and its usage. Moving on, we explore Linux, its history, and the significance of GNU/Linux. We touch upon different distributions and discuss Linux's impact in the server world.
The focus then shifts to the importance of the Linux Shell and how it facilitates command interaction. We guide users on learning commands effectively within the Linux Shell.
A section is dedicated to helping users choose the right Linux distribution based on their goals. We also provide information on WSL, making it easier for users to start their Linux journey within the Windows environment.

In the "Basic Commands" section, beginners embark on their learning journey. We cover fundamental commands that form the backbone of daily Linux interactions. Each command is explained with examples, ensuring users not only grasp the syntax but also understand the command's practical application.

In the "Intermediate" section, we explore various key concepts of Linux, delving into command structure, pathnames, links, I/O redirections, wildcard usage, and additional commands related to remote access, ownership, and permissions.

In the "Advanced" section, we delve into a repertoire of commands specifically crafted to enhance the user's efficiency in navigating and utilizing the Linux system.

In our dedicated "Explore by Functionality" section, Linux commands are categorized based on their specific functionalities. This approach is invaluable because it helps users find commands tailored to their needs, allowing for a more focused and efficient learning experience.
By exploring commands based on functionality, users can easily locate and learn about dedicated commands within a specific context. This targeted approach not only simplifies the learning process but also enables users to understand the practical applications of commands in different scenarios.
Functionalities include:

File Manipulation
Text Processing
User Management
Process Management
System Information
Package Management
File Permissions
Shell Scripting
Compression and Archiving
System Maintenance
File Searching
System Monitoring
Environment Variables
Disk Management
Remote Access and File Transfer
SELinux and AppArmor
Shell Customization
Backup and Restore

Enhance your understanding through our dedicated "Video Learning" section. Visual learners can access comprehensive video tutorials that complement the written content. These tutorials provide step-by-step guidance, offering a dynamic and immersive way to absorb Linux command knowledge.

Solidify your learning through the "Quiz Section." Test your knowledge across various command categories and reinforce what you've learned. Interactive quizzes provide immediate feedback, ensuring a thorough understanding of Linux commands.

In our feedback section, your input is invaluable. Your input guides us in adding content, refining features, and enhancing the overall learning experience. We value your suggestions for continual improvement.
Updated on
Dec 16, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Device or other IDs
No data collected
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Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

210 reviews
Chris Seel
April 20, 2024
Shows who is tracing your device, and helps you trace them back even if they use a Spoof Number, VPN Blocker, Or fake device name, and Stingray.
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A Google user
September 26, 2018
It has been a week, I have started using Ubuntu. At first it was really tough to operate then I downloaded multiple tutorials softwares and honestly this is the best one among them. It has simple UI and is best for the beginners. I am expecting much advance tutorials in the next update.
76 people found this review helpful
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Cunning Linguist
February 25, 2023
Cool app to look up commands that i always forget the syntax for. Has beginner, intermediate, and advanced commands seperated. I use it a lot.
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What's new

Add Light and Dark mode
Fix Video clipping issue
Add progress indicator with Linux facts on fetching screen
fix of ads being clipped
fix minor issues
load app with data (no internet required)