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File System Commands

File system commands are utilities which allow you to manage the files you download or create. The utilities we will most often use are:

cat, cd, compress, chmod, cp, file, grep, ls, mkdir, more, mv, pwd, rm, rmdir, tar, tail, uncompress.

This is a large number of utilities, which nicely fall into several groups: moving around, viewing & searching, creating & deleting and securing.


Vincent Jacobs 1999-09-24