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Some Useful Powershell commands for the Linux nerds out there
Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015
I often find myself looking for a few commands I drastically miss from linux in the Windows world. Pretty basic but here they are listed by their equal parts between Linux and Windows Powershell.
Note: Below I reference gc which is an alias for Get-Content. They can be interchanged.
Linux: tail -f:
Powershell: gc C:file.txt -Wait
Linux: tail -n10 file.txt
Powershell: gc file.txt | Select -last 10
Linux: head -n10 file.txt
Powershell: gc file.txt | select -first 10
Powershell: Select-String -Pattern my.pattern
Linux: wc -l file.txt
Powershell: gc file.txt | Measure-Object -Line
Linux: kill app.exe
Powershell: get-process app.exe | StopProcess
That's all for now!
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