Linux file system has various commands for everyday tasks such as navigating the file system, creating files, managing processes, and searching for specific information.

The most widely used linux commands are:

List the contents of a directory.When you run ls without any arguments, it will show the files and directories in the current directory.


Change the current working directory.You can use cd followed by a directory path to move to that directory


The mkdir command is used to create a new directory.for example mkdir <directory_name>


The touch command is used to create a new file or update the timestamp of an existing file


The cp command is used to copy files or directories from one location to another


The mv command is used to move or rename files or directories


The rm command is used to remove files or directories.