This is my first post on Cheat sheets. Actually Cheat sheet is a concise set of notes used for quick reference. Cheat sheets will contain most of the shortcuts needed to program faster. And it is meant for newbie users who can’t remember the shortcuts or commands.

In this post , I have collected almost 27 Cheat sheets available for Linux users. These Cheat sheets will contain Linux command lines, Linux security, Linux administration, Gnome/KDE, sed/awk/vim, and distribution specific codes.

You may think that one cheat sheet is just enough for me , so why should I need to look at so many cheat sheets. According to me some cheat sheets may miss some points so its better to Look through all of them and then choose the top 5-10 you think will help you the most. After that you can Print them out and hang them on the wall around your desk for quick reference.

Linux Cheat Sheets

Linux Cheat Sheets

Unix Cheat Sheets

Linux Shortcuts and Commands

Linux Cheat Sheets

Linux RED Hat Cheat Sheets

Evelyn's LINUX Cheat Sheet

Linux Kernel Cheat Sheets

Linux Security Cheat Sheets

LINUX System Call Quick Reference

LINUX Admin functions cheat sheet

Click on any of the 687 commands below to get a description and list of available options. All links in the command summaries point to the online version of the book on Safari Bookshelf.

directory of Linux commands

Most wanted Linux cheat sheet

Linux Command-Line Cheat Sheet

Linux Quick Reference Guide

Linux Commands - Ultimate guide

Linux Commands - Ultimate guide

Linux Cheat Sheet

Linux Cheat Sheet

Linux Cheat Sheet

Linux Cheat Sheet

Debian Linux Cheat Sheet

Tired of using your mouse so much? Did you know that both KDE and Gnome have keyboard shortcuts for just about everything you can do with a mouse? Here’s a list of the various shortcuts on both platforms.

Debian Linux Cheat Sheet

Solarix Linux Cheat Sheet

Debian Linux Cheat Sheet

Solaris Cheat Sheet

Unix Cheat Sheets

I hope that these cheat sheets will definitely help you to remember some difficult commands for sure. If you have came across any other Linux or Unix cheat sheets then do let me know.




  1. These look great thanks alot. I tryed to do this on my blog as part of my Terminal Video Tutorial… But you just hit the nail on the head! Thanks alot. Great post idea as well. but I would have seen a little more of your own work.

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