Laptop Bed29

Believe it or not, you might be using a deprecated Linux command. It’s not really your fault. You are either habitual of using those commands or learned them through old, obsolete tutorials on the web.


This is especially true for networking commands as several of them have been replaced or going to be replaced with newer commands. 

In this article, I am going to list a few such Linux commands. You may still find a few of them in your distribution. It’s possible that your distribution is still providing it for backward compatibility or has created a new implementation underneath or plans to remove it in the newer versions.