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Linux Guide: List of Useful Command Line Codes (20+ Arguments)

Linux Guide: List of Useful Command Line Codes (20+ Arguments)

2021-05-05

Linux Guide: List of Useful Command Line Codes (20+ Arguments) – Siren Watcher

Some basic command line arguments which will help you either get out of a tough situation or just be overall helpful for daily use. Arguments for general program downloading, Sound issues, how to Flush DNS, Boot to BIOS, Fix Boot Partition and Repair Filesystem.

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General

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These are some useful general command line arguments for Linux which involve installing and removing programs and dependencies.

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sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
sudo apt-get autoremove
sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall
sudo apt clean
sudo apt update -m
sudo dpkg --configure -a
sudo apt install -f
sudo apt full-upgrade
sudo apt autoremove --purge
sudo apt install pop-desktop 

(will install any missing dependencies from pop)

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Programs

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Install, Uninstall and Purge are the three defaults for program command line arguments. Purge is a deep clean remove which can be useful if there is some problems removing all the little parts of a program.

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sudo apt-get install (program name)
sudo apt-get uninstall (program name)
sudo apt-get --purge remove (program name)
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Sound Issues

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‘Turning it on and off again’ is sometimes the greatest advice for Linux sound issue tech problems.

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sudo alsa force-reload
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Flush DNS

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sudo systemd-resolve --flush-caches
sudo systemctl restart nscd.service
sudo systemctl restart named sudo
systemctl restart dnsmasq
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Boot to BIOS

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systemctl reboot --firmware-setup
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Fix Boot Partition

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dpkg -l | grep linux-image
sudo apt remove --purge linux-image-(numbers here)-generic
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You can also see their numbers in Disks.

You can go into nautilus (root, then type in nautilus to enter nautilus) > Boot, to delete them manually also.

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Repair Filesystem

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Only use these codes prior to the OS from booting, such as in Gparted. Change sd1 with your fsck -l drive’s code.

sudo fdisk -l
fsck /dev/sda1
sudo fsck -f /dev/sda1
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