Commandline 101: Free!

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How to use the free command to display your free memory.

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Anonymous's picture

Man, these tips are great!
I'm a C/C++ programmer migrating from Windows to Linux,
and I don't know any of these commands you present.
Okay... I'm being lazy for not reading some of the wealth
collection of tutorials and books about these systems in
the internet, but it is very good to learn about these
useful shortcuts.
By the way, your videos are getting pretty funny!
I just watched your "Mounting ISO Images" tip :D

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