How to Create and Use Alias Command in Linux | Top Docs with Jay LaCroix
In this video, we’ll take a look at the alias command in Linux. The alias command can help save time and reduce frustration by creating customizable shortcuts in the command line.
0:52 Create An Alias
2:36 Listing Your Aliases
3:26 Removing An Alias
4:09 Different Use Cases for Aliases
4:43 Simplifying the Output of df -h
7:17 Simplifying the Output of mount
8:37 Curling for your IP address
9:28 Simplify Package Installation
10:55 Simplify Package Upgrades
12:04 Curling for a Speedtest
13:43 Grab the top processes
15:03 Making Your Aliases Sticky
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