Thursday, 7 November 2013

Backtrack Basic Commands Must Know

            Hi Guys,Now A Days I Was Planning To Write Some Tutorial On Backtrack But Then I Think Of Newbies It Will Be Difficuilt For Them To
Get What’s Going.So, In This Post I Will Be Telling You About Backtrack Basic Commands.
I Have Divided Them Into Some Categories I Suggest You To Learn Them Because They Are Very UseFul If You Have Any Problem Just Leave A Comment We Will Help You Soon:))

File Operations

pwd                 Print Name Of Current/Working Directory 
cd                    Changing The Working Directory
cp                     Copy Files Or Directory
rm                    Remove Files And Directory
ls                       List Of Directory Contents
mkdir                 Make Directory
cat                    Concatenate Files And Print On Standard Output
mv                    Move Files
chmod              Change Files Permissions

Know Your System

uname            Print System Information
who                Show Who Is Logged On
cal                    Displays Calculator
date                 Print System Date And Time
df                      Report File System Disk Space Usage
du                     Estimate File Space Usage
ps                     Displays Information Of Current Active Processes
kill                    Allows To Kills Process
clear                Clear The Terminal Screen
cat /proc/           cpuinfo Display CPU Information
cat /proc/meminfo                 Display Memory Information


tar                     To Store And Extract Files From An Archive File Known As Tar File
gzip                  Compress Or Decompress Named Files


ifconfig            To Config Network Interface
ping                  Check The Other System Are Reachable From The Host System
wget                 Download Files From Network
ssh                    Remote Login Program
ftp                     Download/Upload Files From/To Remote System
last                   Displays List Of Last Logged In User
telnet                Used To Communicate With Another Host Using THe Telnet Protocol

Searching Files

grep                 Search Files(s) For Specific Text
find                  Search For Files In A Directory Hierarchy
locate              Find Files By Name

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