This is an interesting command to view your command history when you are using Bash.
[[email protected] Desktop]$ hash hits command 3 /usr/bin/sudo 1 /bin/ls [[email protected] Desktop]$
This command is a Bash shell built-in command. If you are using the tcsh or zsh shells; this command will not be available to you. As shown below; you may also use the history command to show the last # of commands; in this case the last 10 commands executed on the Bash command-line.
[[email protected] Desktop]$ history 10 3 sudo apt-get update 4 sudo apt-get upgrade 5 hash 6 cd Desktop/ 7 ls -hula 8 hash 9 history 10 10 history 20 11 history 2 12 history 10
This Linux command will return the IP address of a hostname. In this case the IP address of Google.
[[email protected] Desktop]$ gethostip google.com google.com 188.8.131.52 4A7DED64
You can also use the ping command to get this information but it is good to cover all the bases when discussing Linux commands.
Here is a tutorial on how to add a new user to an Ubuntu system with the command-line. http://mixeduperic.com/ubuntu/how-to-add-a-new-user-in-ubuntu-using-the-command-line.html.
Some useful tricks for the Linux command-line using the find command and backticks: http://www.securitronlinux.com/bejiitaswrath/useful-tricks-when-using-the-find-command-on-linux-and-backticks/.
How to check the status of your laptop battery and CPU temperature with the Linux command-line: http://www.securitronlinux.com/bejiitaswrath/how-to-check-laptop-battery-status-with-the-linux-command-line/.
Some miscellaneous BASH shell tricks that will amaze your friends: http://www.securitronlinux.com/bejiitaswrath/misc-bash-shell-tricks-for-the-linux-user/.