If you need to interact with Kubernetes or Containerd directly, raw access to their CLIs are available through
/path/to/your/executable raw sub-commands.
These are low-level interfaces, and you should generally rely on more specialized commands.
Kubectl is the Kubernetes CLI, and can be ran as
/path/to/your/executable raw kubectl passing whatever arguments you need to kubectl.
/path/to/your/executable raw kubectl get pods
/path/to/your/executable raw kubectl get nodes
Installed helm charts can be viewed and managed with
/path/to/your/executable raw helm.
Crictl and Ctl
The crictl and ctl sub-commands are used for interacting with the Containerd system.
They are generally used even less often than kubectl.