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Using Aliases in Linux to Make Life Easier
Of all the commands available in the Linux command-line, one of the most under-appreciated is "alias". It's not just useful, it can make using the CLI less of a chore, and even improve efficiency. In this article, we're taking a look at what it is, and provide numerous examples of how to use it to become a true CLI power user.
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