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morgan0711 | Advanced Penetration Testing | Module 1 - Linux

By: morgan0711 | Related Course: Advanced Penetration Testing | Published: September 20, 2017 | Modified: September 20, 2017
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NotepadModule 1 Kali Linux Commands


pwd(Print Working Directory) 

man(Manual)- options for a command 


man pwd

man ls (-list directory content)

 ls  / [/=Root]

ls add – a etc. then / -shows hidden files

Change directory- cd 

cd /

cd ..[..= parent]


Make general user have root privledges

adduser georgia sudo





NotepadModule 1 Linus Directories, myfile, and Nano

Creating file 

touch myfile

mkdir (Make Directory)

Move file


mv myfile myfile2 -change name

Copy File

cp(Copy of file) 

cp ../myfile . (Copy file and move it back) or

cp /home/georgia/myfile . or

cp /home/georgia/myfile /home/georgia/mydirectory/myfile

Remove File

rm(Remove File)

rm myfile2 -erases file

Enter Txt into File

echo hi hello > myfile

cat(Concatenate files)

cat myfile(See whats in file)

echo hi hello >> myfile (will keep existing txt too)


nano myfile -(Txt editor )[^=control key]






NotepadModule 1 Linux chmod, manipulation and Packages

chmod– change privileges 

(Change Mod) integers 0-7

0. no permission 1. execute 2. write  3.write/execute  4. read 5. read/ execute 6. read/write 7. full permission

ls -l – bring up permissions owner group everyone else

chmod 750 myfile  7-owner 5-group everyone else

Manipulation – shows certain pars of file

cat myfile | grep B- lines with B

cat myfile | cut -d ” ” -f 1 – first words through lines down

cat myfile | grep B | cut -d ” ” -f 1 -combine to show second words down with letter B in it

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