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Reach the end-of-line with ctrl-e and the beginning of line with ctrl-a.
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Located in ubuntu-server-tips:35
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Instead of typing the user and group, if they are the same (like for www-data) you can just type the user followed by a colon: 'sudo chown -R www-data: *'
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Located in ubuntu-server-tips:39
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Use the "which" command to find if an executable is in your path, and if it is, where you can find the file. e.g. 'which nano'
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Located in ubuntu-server-tips:42
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Instead of typing exit or closing the terminal if you want to logout you can press Ctrl+D.
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Located in ubuntu-server-tips:45
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Use 'tail -f file' to watch a log file as messages get appended, and use 'tail -100 file' to change the count of lines read from the file.
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Located in ubuntu-server-tips:48
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An easy way to see what processes own which network connections: 'sudo netstat -tup' for connections and 'sudo netstat -tupl for listening process.
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Located in ubuntu-server-tips:51
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The 'history' command will show you the commands you've used before. Alternatively you can use the up arrow button to look through them.
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Located in ubuntu-server-tips:54
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To make a backup without typing the full path twice: 'cp /long/path/to/file/name{,.orig}' to create a copy with the suffix .orig
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Located in ubuntu-server-tips:57
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If you executed a command and neglected to use sudo, you can execute "sudo !!" to re-execute the previous command with sudo prepended.
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Install 'denyhosts' to help protect against brute force SSH attacks, auto-blocking multiple attempts.
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Located in ubuntu-server-tips:63
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