Title: Simple Bash Scripting CheatsheetAuthor: ajayverma
[+] nano Shortcuts
ctrl v Next page.
ctrl y Previous page.
ctrl w Where is (find).
ctrl k Cut that line of test.
ctrl x Exit editor.

[+] Create a text file:
touch file Creates an empty file.
ifconfig > tmp pipe the output of a command
nano file

[+] Create a file and append text to it:
ifconfig > tmp
echo >> tmp
ping google.com -c3 >> tmp

[+] How to view a file:
cat file Show entire contents of file.
more file Show one page at a time. Space bar for next page and (q) to exit.
head file Show the first 10 lines.
head -15 file Show the first 15 lines.
tail file Show the last 10 lines.
tail -15 file Show the last 15 lines.
tail -f file Useful when viewing the output of a log file.

[+] pipe
cat tmp | grep Bcast Feeds the output of one process to the input of another process.

[+] Processes
ps aux Show all running process for all users.
kill -9 PID Nicely kill a PID.

[+] Word Count
wc -l tmp2 Count the number of lines in a file

[+] cut
-d delimiter
-f fields

[+] sort
Sort by unique sort -u file
sort IP addresses correct sort -t . -k 1,1n -k 2,2n -k 3,3n -k 4,4n
cat tmp2 | cut -d '(' -f2 | cut -d ')' -f1 | sort -u Isolate the IP address

[+] awk
awk '{print $1}' file Show the 1st column.
awk '{print $1,$5}' file Show the 1st and 5th columns.

[+] grep
grep -v Remove a single string.
grep -v 'red' file

[+] egrep -v
Remove multiple strings egrep -v '(red|white|blue)' file

[+] sed
sed 's/FOO/BAR/g' file Replace FOO with BAR.
sed 's/FOO//g' file Replace FOO with nothing.
sed '/^FOO/d' file Remove lines that start with FOO.

[+] colour
31=red 32=green 33=yellow 34=blue 35=magenta 36=cyan
echo -e "\e[1;34mThis is a blue text.\e[0m"

Bash Scripts

[+] Simple bash script:
print "Hello world."

[+] Make a file executable.
chmod +x file
chmod 755 file

[+] Variables
echo $name
echo $user
echo 'Hello' $name. 'You are running as' $user.

echo "Hello World"
ip=`ifconfig | grep "Bcast:" | cut -d":" -f2 | cut -d" " -f1`
echo "Hello" $name "Your IP address is:" $ip

[+] User Input
read -p "Domain: " domain

echo "Please input your domain:"
read -p "Domain:" domain
ping -c 5 $domain

[+] Check For No User Input
if [ -z $domain ]; then
echo "#########################"
echo "Invalid choice."

[+] For loops

for host in $(cat hosts.txt)
command $host

[+] One Liners

Port Scan:
for port in $(cat Ports.txt); do nc -nzv $port & sleep 0.5; done

Submitted On: 2019-06-25 11:08:33