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How to copy data in VI editor

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PU COMMAND

10 cpu usage command

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cat /proc/interrupts

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#1: top – Process Activity Command

Commonly Used Hot Keys

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Grep Command

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* Print Apache’s documentroot directory name:

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FIND Command

FIND Command

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