Basic Commands (for Troubleshooting)


(M. Emrah Ünsür) #1

Basic Commands (for Troubleshooting)

ls (list directory contents)
cat (concatenate files and print on the standard output)
id (print real and effective user and group IDs)
uname -a (print system information)
lsb_release -a (print distribution-specific information)
ifconfig (configure a network interface)
route -n (show/manipulate the IP routing table)
cat /etc/resolv.conf (displays the DNS information)
cat /etc/network/interfaces (displays the network interface configuration)
cat /etc/hosts (static values for hostname lookups)
lspci (list all PCI devices)
lsusb (list USB devices)
dmesg (print or control the kernel ring buffer)
lsmod (show the status of modules in the Linux kernel)
ls -lisart /var/log (the location of the actual logfiles)


(M. Emrah Ünsür) #2

(r58iiz) #3

cp
mv
rm
nano
sudo -i
what about them^ ?


(kaleth diaz) #4

amigo, tal ves puedas yudarme, pero instale parrot de nuevo, depsues de estar en windows, pero esta ves en parrot no se escucha nada, videos, musica, nada de nada.
la ultima vez que lo instale no tenia este problema.
el sonido aparece ya activado, pero no se escucha nada con todo el volumen.
puedes ayudarme ?


#5

I just wanted to throw in that less is more readable (it scrolls by default).
That piping into grep can do alot for being specific in what you are looking for.
To find where is which nameofprogram is useful.
Also find is a very useful tool to find the location of configuration files in root folders.


(r58iiz) #6

and pwd (lists current working directory