Ten more basic linux commands I thought could help you
1. "Is" This is used to see the contents of your current directory.
2. "mkdir" This is used to make a directory such as "cats". Type the following: mkdir cats.
3. "cd" This is used to change the directory. To change change to the directory "dogs", type the following: cd dogs.
4. "cd.." This is used to change to the previous directory or parent directory.
5. "pwd" This stands for "print working directory". It is used to show your current location.
6. "more" This is used to see the contents of a file. To see the contents of a file called "cougars", type the following: more cougars.
7. "mv" This is used to move a file. To move the "cougars" file into the directory called "cats", type the following: mv cougars cats. ("mv" command can also be used to rename a directory.)
8. "cp" This is the copy command. It can be used to copy one directory to another. To change the directory "cats" to "bigcats" type the following: cp cats bigcats.
9. "rm" This is the remove command. In order to remove the file titled "cougars", type the folowing: rm cougars.
10. "rmdir" This is the command to remove a directory. To remove the directory "Bigcats", type the following: rmdir bigcats.