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IST 264 Class notes on commands w/ pictures

by: Amanda Nopee

IST 264 Class notes on commands w/ pictures IST 261 Intro to Lunux

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These notes will cover the commands of Linux.
Intro to Linux
Brunty, Joshua
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Amanda Nopee on Tuesday September 20, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to IST 261 Intro to Lunux at Marshall University taught by Brunty, Joshua in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Intro to Linux in Computer Programming at Marshall University.

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Date Created: 09/20/16
INTRO TO LINUX NOTES 09/20/2016 Today we are going to go over what are terminals and show your bash script, while using commands. Pipe lining can be a useful tool for bash scrips and python scripts. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------- What is built into our linux terminal? Type in “ Ls” or “ls -r. This is currently going to give us all of the files in the “home” derectery. For example: For example: “ls” is a command & “-lr” is a option. This would be a way to show your working directory. This is so you will not have to list the entire directory. For example: INTRO TO LINUX NOTES 09/20/2016 These commands can show you different ways to access your files. Run a who command. Type “Who > temp” This will show the user commands. Everyone makes mistakes. Be careful of capitals. You can also use pipelines to use certain types of commands on top of other commands. For example: INTRO TO LINUX NOTES 09/20/2016


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