Handy Keyboard Shortcuts for Linux / Unix
After a long time, am writing this post. Been very busy of late because of the Liver ailment, exams & office work. This time, I am writing about Linux / Unix shortcut keys that are quite handy, useful & will save you a lot of time & inconvenience. These shortcuts work in BASH shell (Bourne Again SHell). So make sure, you’re using BASH. Read on.
Ctrl+a Jump to the start of the line.
Move a character back i.e move cursor to the left.
Ctrl+dDelete from under the cursor.
Jump to the end of line.
Move forward a character i.e. move cursor to the right.
Delete the entire line.
Clear the screen.
Delete backwards from the current cursor position.
Move to the first line of the History.
Move to the last line of the History.