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Find out if a command has an alias in Linux

Users that passed the novice status in Linux know that you can give an alias to a longer command. For example, instead of df you can use df -haT for a better view of disk space usage. But what if you can’t remember if you already have set an alias for a certain command? Well, you can find out with type -all command

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  1. Thanks. I did not know that use of the type command.

    I have always run the command “alias” with no arguments to see ALL aliases.

    Peter
    http://linuxcommando.blogspot.com

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