Kali Linux Commands
Today in this post we will talk about Kali Linak Basic Command. So if we talk about why we need to know about commands, the answer is that the terminal in Kali Linux is much more powerful than the GUI.
If you have an understanding of this command, you can do any task easily and quickly. If you are a Windows user, you may find Kali Linux difficult in the early days. But once you get used to it, you will realize how powerful Kali is and how much better it is than Windows. So let’s go to Command.
Update and Upgrade Kali
With this command, you can update your Kali Linux operating system (be sure to give the Update command first). This command can be given to you as two commands
# apt update
# apt full-upgrade
You can view a list of all the commands you have previously used in the History Command. This is a very valuable command. Because if you forget the previous command, you can take care of it all with this.
This can be further applied to delete previously entered entries or commands as needed. There are ways to change the use of this command. For example – to view the last command 25, # History | 25 can be used, to see the previous Command 10, # History | 10 can be used less.
With this command, you can clear your terminal. Windows has the Cls command. But in Kali, it is called “clear.”
This command is used to set the current date and time on the system. It is one of the basic Kali Linux commands.
Most of the time, when we work in Kali, we have to know our IP. So it can use this command. Windows has Ipconfig.
This command is none other than “who”, “am”, and “I”, which adds and displays the current user details after the command is executed. It is used to view the activities of currently logged-in users.
This is one of the Kali Linux commands that shows the contents of each file and the directories in which they are stored.
This command is used many times. This will allow you to create a new directory.
You can create a text file with this command. For example, you can create a Hela.txt file by typing “Touch Hela.txt” and issuing a command. “Hela is the folder name that you want.”
This is the remove command. This is used to remove files or highlight text.
This command displays the formatted calendar for the current year and month on the screen.
This is used to view the working directory where you work. With this command, you can view information about your current directory.
This command is used to move you from your existing folder to another folder. If you want to go to the Download Folder, type “Cd” and then “Download” (Type Simple Capital correctly). This will take you to the Downloads folder and access the files.
FileKali is one of the most commonly used Linux commands for users to read files, link them together, and share their contents.
With this command, you can copy text or work like that. It is also used to copy files.
This is used to move files between directories. It is very easy to work with complex files.
This will allow you to view your system version name. See the image below for examples.
This is currently used to display the memory usage of the system. This is especially useful when you need to download new software and know the exact amount of memory in your system.
This command is used to restrict user access to a particular file according to the instructions provided. It is a popular command in Linux.