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First 5 Linux command-line apps every admin should know

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The first five Linux command-line apps every admin should learn

If your company is about to employ Linux, and you're going to have to administer those servers, it's time for you to learn the Linux command line.

Screenshots: 5 command-line apps every Linux newbie needs to know

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