Working with embedded Linux inevitably means spending a lot of time working on the command line, on your host as well as on the target embedded system. There are plenty of useful shortcuts and tricks we can use to make this job a lot easier.
This Doulos Embedded 'Linux Commands' sheet created by Doulos Senior Member, Technical Staff, Simon Goda
, provides a handy reminder of how to work on the command line, with examples of how to work with files and folders, searching, managing archives and much more. It also includes some useful tips for working with VI, the standard Linux text editor.
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