# while working on the bash shell you can use those hotkeys

user@host:^> type some word # Alt+Backspace - delete the last word
user@host:^> type some # Alt+Backspace - delete the last word
user@host:^> type # the two last words have been deleted

sleep 30 &; # create job1
sleep 30 &; # create job2
sleep 30; # then hit Ctrl+Z - which will stop the execution of the command
bg # will make the stopped command continue in background
jobs # display all running jobs
fg 1 # bring job 1 into foreground
# Ctrl+C - cancel execution of job1

history; # show your command history

Shift+PageUp/PageDown # scroll look through shell screen output

Ctrl+R # now type some letters... it searches your command-history and tries to find a command that matches your search... thus it is easy and fast to find and re-run commands from history, you can even modify them before you run them.

info somecommand; # get help for that command
man somecommand; # get help for that command
somecommand --help; # get help for that command

TAB, TAB # to show all commands

somecomma.. # hit TAB to autocomplete commands, files, folders

vim somelargefile.txt; # can open really large files, you can navigate with cursor up/down or:

gg # jump to beginning
Shift+gg # to jump end of file

/keyword # hit enter, search for that keyword in the current file

:q # exit vim without saving/changing
:wq # exit with saving

Ctrl+L # clear screen (very fast and good :)

Ctrl+D # fastest way to logout
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