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lists the contents of any directory.
lists the root directory
prints the working directory
makes a new directory
-p option of mkdir command
Creates a directory then changes to tha t directory and prints the working directory
Intro here says go to root directory then the step1 folder then the step2 folder that opens from the step1 directory.
The current location go to step1 directory then to step2 directory
Goes up one level in the directory hierarchy
Navigate up two levels in the file system
cd and cd ~
Take you back home to your home directory.
Allows you to quickly navigate anywhere on the filesystem to a specific location
allows you to see the directories above you
A command that allows you to view every Unix command that is associated in 'manual'
Will remove empty directores
Will let us create a new, empty file.
will move a file from one place to another.
Renaming files code
mv rags temp/riches
delets something permanently
copys a file but file will remain at the source and be copied to target location
allows you to view more of text files
allows you to view less of text files.
echos tet back to the screen.
File redirection to file.txt
echo "Hello World!" > file.txt
File Append to file.txt
echo "My name is.." >> file.txt
Quickly combien multiple files or, if you wanted to, make a copy of an existin file.
Shows a long list including the size of the file in bytes.
gets word count
Counts just lines
lightweight editor, the bottom of the nano window shows you a list of simple commands which are all accesible by typing "Control' plus a letter.
displays a list of directories that are expected to contain programs that you can run. Seperated through colons.
Allows you to find a ceratin pattern in a file
pipe command symbol
allows you to send the output from one command or program to any other command.