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Bash Shell Keyboards Shortcuts per gli Utenti Linux

Per chi utilizza assiduamente la shell Bash (presente  in quasi tutte le distribuzioni Linux, Ubuntu compresa), questo elenco di shortcuts li tornerà utile. Ho evidenziato in grassetto quelle che utilizzo e secondo me sono le più utili da imparare.

  • Ctrl + A – Go to the beginning of the line you are currently typing on
  • Ctrl + E – Go to the end of the line you are currently typing on
  • Ctrl + L – Clears the Screen, similar to the clear command
  • Ctrl + U – Clears the line before the cursor position. If you are at the end of the line, clears the entire line.
  • Ctrl + H – Same as backspace
  • Ctrl + R – Let’s you search through previously used commands
  • Ctrl + C – Kill whatever you are running
  • Ctrl + D – Exit the current shell
  • Ctrl + Z – Puts whatever you are running into a suspended background process. fg restores it.
  • Ctrl + W – Delete the word before the cursor
  • Ctrl + K – Clear the line after the cursor

  • Ctrl + T – Swap the last two characters before the cursor
  • Esc + T – Swap the last two words before the cursor
  • Alt + F – Move cursor forward one word on the current line
  • Alt + B – Move cursor backward one word on the current line
  • Tab – Auto-complete files and folder names
  • Ctrl + W – erase word before cursor
  • Ctrl + Y – to paste it (as in delete and copy) all text in front of the cursor
  • Esc + . (or Esc + Underscore) – Insert Last Argument
  • Ctrl + b – Move back a character
  • Ctrl + f – Move forward a character
  • Ctrl + r – Search the history backwards
  • Ctrl + xx – Move between EOL and current cursor position
  • Ctrl + x @ – Show possible hostname completions
  • Alt + < – Move to the first line in the history
  • Alt + > – Move to the last line in the history
  • Alt + ? – Show current completion list
  • Alt + * – Insert all possible completions
  • Alt + / – Attempt to complete filename
  • Alt + . – Yank last argument to previous command
  • Alt + c – Capitalize the word
  • Alt + d – Delete word
  • Alt + l – Make word lowercase
  • Alt + n – Search the history forwards non-incremental
  • Alt + p – Search the history backwards non-incremental
  • Alt + r – Recall command
  • Alt + t – Move words around
  • Alt + u – Make word uppercase
  • Alt + back-space – Delete backward from cursor
  • Here “2T” means Press TAB twice
  • $ 2T – All available commands(common)
  • $ (string) 2T – All available commands starting with (string)
  • $ /2T – Entire directory structure including Hidden one
  • $ 2T – Only Sub Dirs inside including Hidden one
  • $ *2T – Only Sub Dirs inside without Hidden one
  • $ ~2T – All Present Users on system from “/etc/passwd”
  • $ $2T – All Sys variables
  • $ @2T – Entries from “/etc/hosts”
  • $ =2T – Output like ls or dir

Via | OnlyUbuntu

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3 Risposte a “Bash Shell Keyboards Shortcuts per gli Utenti Linux”

  1. 1

    Marco R. dice:

    Molto interessante grazie. In parte le conoscevo di già ma alcune sono veramente d’aiuto.

    Alla prossima,
    Marco.

  2. 2

    Dr_gogeta86 dice:

    quella per le varibilni in /etc/host non funziona

  3. 3

    MB dice:

    [quote]presente in quasi tutte le distribuzioni Linux[/quote]

    Allora adesso dimmi UNA distribuzione che non ha bash

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