adduser/addgroup

adduser, addgroup Linux command on chromeOS adduser, addgroup – add a user or group to the system The adduser and addgroup commands are used to add a user and group to the system respectively according to the default configuration specified in /etc/adduser.conf file. USE CASES*        adduser  [options]  [–home  DIR]  [–shell  Read more…

agetty

agetty Linux command on chromeOS Are you looking to manage physical or virtual terminals? Agethy is the ultimate alternative to Linux getty. As a system program, agetty will enable you to manage physical or virtual terminals and it’s invoked by init.    In the event that a connection is detected, Read more…

alias

Alias Linux command on chromeOS alias is a useful shell tool that enables you to create aliases or shortcuts for the Linux directories (including custom directories of your own) in your Chrome OS system. a built-in command for creating aliases (shortcut) to a Linux command on a system. It is Read more…

apropos

apropos command is used to search and display a short man page description of a command/program as follows.  USE CASES*        apropos  [-dalv?V] [-e|-w|-r] [-s list] [-m system[,…]] [-M path] [-L        locale] [-C file] keyword …   DESCRIPTION        Each manual page has a short description available within it and apropos is Read more…

apt

apt Linux command on chromeOS apt tool is a relatively new higher-level package manager for Debian-based operating systems including Ubuntu and derivatives.    apt – command-line interface apt is a command-line package manager and provides commands forsearching and managing as well as querying information about packages. It provides the same functionality Read more…

apt-get

apt-get Linux command on chromeOS apt-get is a package management system that predates apt which is the current package management shipped by default on Chrome OS. As a flexible and free front-end package manager for Debian/Ubuntu-based systems, apt-get thrives in installing new software packages, removing software packages previously installed, upgrading Read more…

arch

arch Debian Linux command on chromeOS arch is a rather simple command that displays the CPU architecture of your Chrome OS system. An alternative to this command is “uname -m”. A 32bit system architecture would return “x86” while a 64bit system would display “x86_64”. Typing in arch in your Linux Read more…

arping Command 

Arping as a command-line tool has to be installed first as it doesn’t come native on your Chrome OS system. The tool is similar to the ‘ping’ utility popular for testing networks as well as aiding system discoverability. The primary difference between the ‘ping’ and ‘arp’ commands comes down to Read more…

at

at Linux command on chromeOS at command is a rather simple command effective in scheduling tasks to run at a specified time in the future and requires you to install it first as it doesn’t come native chromeOS. install at command in chromeOS using: $ sudo apt install at As Read more…

atq

atq Linux command on chromeOS atq command is used to view jobs in at command queue.  at,  batch, atq, atrm – queue, examine, or delete jobs for later execution using /bin/sh   USE CASES*        at [-V] [-q queue] [-f file] [-mMlv] timespec …        at [-V] [-q queue] [-f file] [-mMkv] Read more…
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