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It include the following but not limited to

Linux Basic

A few shortcuts

Basic commands

$ pwd       # path of working directory
$ ls        # list the contents of current directory
$ cd Music  # changes the current directory to `Music` directory
$ cd ..     # change the directory to one level up except at '/'
$ cd -      # jumps to previous `pwd` before a `cd`
$ ls -l     # long listing the file
$ ls -lrt   # list file based on the modified date. recent at the last.
$ man ls    # list manual pages for  `ls`
$ ls --version # shows the version of `ls`. Sometimes it is `<cmd> -v`

Linux Administration

The easiest of all Linux distribution is Ubuntu. I have been using Linux along side from 2009, and from 2016 Linux is my main stream operating system. I have used Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, OpenSUSE, and a few others. Thanks to my under-graduate projects and {TCE's FStival 2008](). But, now Linux Mint Cinnamon is my favourite (from 2017). I begin to dislike Unity-Gnome in Ubuntu, so moved to Mint. Am I ranting or self-trumpeting? Both. Okay, it is 2020. But still some commands are still in my muscle memory. I am just logging it here.

Admin commands

Installation

Markdown Syntax

Heading

# Heading 1
## Heading 2 ##
and so on till H6.

A short form for H1 and H2 is
Heading 1
=========
Heading 2
----------

Quoting text

Syntax Output
Quotes0 Quotes1

Source code

This is inline `code` and
e.g. Use `git log` to see the commits.

This is called code block or fenced code. You may specify the language.


  #include <iostream>
  int main(int argc, char* argv[]){
    std::cout << "Hello There!"<< std::endl;
    return EXIT_SUCCESS;
  }

cpp code block

You may mention language from this list to enable syntax hightlighting at line 1.

This is [Google](www.google.com) as a link.

This is Google as a link.


![Alt text rajzdocs logo](images/logo-6e5006f2.png)
![Some logo](http://example.com/logo.png)

Alt text rajzdocs logo

Text formatting

*This text will be italic* and _This will also be italic_

**This text will be bold** and __This will also be bold__

_We **can** combine both_

~~This text will be stricked-out~~

This text will be italic and This will also be italic

This text will be bold and This will also be bold

We can combine both

This text will be stricked-out

List

* one // Unordered
* two
* three

1. One // Ordered
2. Two
3. Three

- This is also
- Unordered
- An another way

Multi-level or nesting

- Can be nested
  * One.One
  * One.Two
- Can also be nested this way
  1. Two.One
  1. Two.Two. What?
  1. You see this? auto-increment.
- Three
  - Thread.One
  1. One // Ordered
  2. Two
  3. Three

Multi-level or nesting

Horizontal rule

If you need horizontal rule then, use three
asterisks,

***

hyphens or underscores like the below.

---

Also, have a blank line before and after!

___

If you need horizontal rule then, use three asterisks,


hyphens or underscores like the below.


Also, have a blank line before and after!


Table

Header 1 | Header 2
-------- | -----------
cell 1x1 | cell 1x2
cell 2x1 | cell 2x2

Header 1 Header 2
cell 1x1 cell 1x2
cell 2x1 cell 2x2

you may use handy table generator website to generate large tables.

References

Not part of markdown

This search engine [1] is lot better than [2] and [3]

[1] - www.google.com
[2] - www.yahoo.com
[3] - www.bing.com

This search engine [1] is lot better than [2] and [3] Here's a sentence with a footnote. [^4].

[1] - www.google.com [2] - www.yahoo.com [3] - www.bing.com [^4]: This is the footnote.