100 Termux commands list

By | August 6, 2019

 

What is Turmux?

Turmux is an Android terminal emulator and linux environment app it works without no root .We can install directly setup required on device .A minimal based system install automatically .Additional packages are available using the APT package manger.

100 Turmux Command List

  1. Cp –v      Used to print informative message
  2. Cp –r      Used to copy any directory
  3. Mv –u     update-move when source is newer than destination
  4. Mv –v     to move any directory
  5. Is –n       to display UID and GID directory
  6. Is –version   to check the version of Is command
  7. Cd — show last working directory from where we moved\
  8. Is –I Show file action like – modified, date and time owner of file, permission Etc.
  9. Is help Show display how to use “Is” command
  10. Cp –n no file overwrite
  11. Cd ~ Move to users home directory from anywhere
  12. Mv [file1 name] [new file2 name] Move or rename two file at a time
  13. Cd – Move one directory back from current location
  14. Mv [file name] Move any file and folder
  15. Is list directory
  16. Is –a List all files including hidden files
  17. Pwd It show your current working directory
  18. Mv –I Interactive prompt before overwrite
  19. Wget [url] Install tool, apt install wget
  20. Git clone [url] Install any tools with git clone, apt install git
  21. Is –al Formatted listing with hidden files
  22. Mv –f Force move by overwriting destination files without prompt
  23. Is –i Display number of file or directory
  24. Cp – Copy any file
  25. Cd / Change to root directory
  26. Cd Change directory
  27. Cd .. Change current directory to parent directory
  28. Curl –O [url] apt install curl
  29. rm Remove or Delete files
  30. rm [file name] Remove any text files
  31. rmdir [dir name] Remove any directory
  32. rm –rf Force remove a directory or a folder
  33. rm –r [name] Delete a directory called name
  34. apt remove [package name] Uninstall / Remove a package
  35. touch [file name] Create a new file
  36. mkdir [file name] Create a directory or folder
  37. more [file name] Output the the contents of file
  38. head [file name] Output the first 10 line of file
  39. tail –f [file name] Output the contents of file as it grows
  40. apt install zip Install zip file tool
  41. zip name.zip [file] Compress file using this commands
  42. unzip [zip file] to unzip file
  43. ftp Launch ftp client from terminal
  44. -p Use passive mode
  45. Bye Terminate current ftp session, exit
  46. Ascii Set file transfer to ascii protocols
  47. bell Bell sound after each command
  48. status Shows current status about ftp server
  49. open host Open a connection to remote host
  50. remotehelp [cmdname] Request help from ftp server
  51. account [password] Supple a password required by remote
  52. uname –m Used to find the architecture of your device
  53. du Display directory space usage
  54. df Display dis usage
  55. cal Show display calendar
  56. w Show display who is currently online
  57. cat/proc/meminfo Show memory related information
  58. cat/proc/cpuinfo Show cpu information
  59. whoami Show your login name
  60. figure username Shows information about user
  61. date Show the current date and time
  62. uptime Show the system current uptime
  63. man command Show manual a command
  64. free Display memory and swap usage
  65. kill Send signal to process
  66. kill –I List all of the signal that are possible to send with kill
  67. Ispci Show PCI devices
  68. Isusb Show USB devices
  69. apt search [query]
  70. pkg search [query] Find a package
  71. locate [file] Find all files with filename
  72. locate [query] Find all path names contains a pharse
  73. whereis [command] Find location binary/source/man file for a command
  74. which [command] Find of an excutable
  75. grep pattern [files] Searching for pattern in files
  76. grep -r pattern files Searching for certain pattern in files
  77. command | grep pattern Search for pattern in the output of command
  78. find / -atime40 To find all the files, which are accessed 40 days back
  79. find / -cmin -60 Find change files in last 1 hour
  80. find / -type d –name mll Find all directories whose name is mll in directory
  81. find –type f –perm 0777 find all the files, whose permission are 777
    -print
  82. ifconfig Shows all configuration a network interface like ip, mac
  83. ifconfig eth0 Used view the network setting on the interface eth0
  84. ifconfig wlan0 View the network setting on wlan0
  85. ping [host] To ping host ip and show results
  86. arp Check network card & show ip address
  87. host Display specific server
  88. netstat Review network connection
  89. nslookup Find out DNS related query
  90. tracerout ipadress Display number of hops & response time to get to a remote system and website
  91. whois domain Get whois information of domain
  92. telnet [ip address [post] Telnet Connection
  93. dig domain Get DNS information of domain
  94. scp Copies file, over a source
  95. uname –a Used to display kernel information
  96. whereis app Shows possible location for an app
  97. nano [file name] Display and edit text files
  98. apt show View package information
  99. append [local-file] remote file Append a local file to one on the remote
  100. $ Execute a macro

 

 

 

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