Linux might sound scary for first-time Linux users but actually it isnt. Linux is a bunch of open-source Unix operating systems based on Linux Kernel. These operating systems are called Linux distributions such as Fedora Debian Ubuntu and Mint.

Since its inception in 1991 Linux has garnered popularity for being open-source. People can modify and redistribute Linux under their own brand. When using a Linux OS you need a shell to access the services provided. Also its recommended to run your Linux OS through a CLI or command-line interface. CLI makes time-consuming processes quicker.

This article presents a guide to 7 important Linux commands for every Linux user to know. So lets begin.

cat is the shortened form of concatenate. Its a frequently used multi-purpose Linux command. This command is used to create display and copy a file content on the standard output.

To create a file type.

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