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Apuntes de TIC (4º ESO Bilingüe)

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TIC 4º - UNIT 4 - COMPUTER NETWORKS - Google Slides. Basic Linux/Unix Commands with Examples. File Management becomes easy if you know the right commands. Sometimes, commands are also referred as "programs" since whenever you run a command, it's the corresponding program code, written for the command, which is being executed. Let's learn the must know Linux commands. What You Will Learn: [hide] Click here if the video is not accessible Listing files (ls) If you want to see the list of files on your UNIX or Linux system, use the 'ls' command. It shows the files /directories in your current directory. Note: Directories are denoted in blue color. Suppose, your "Music" folder has following sub-directories and files.

You can use 'ls -R' to shows all the files not only in directories but also subdirectories NOTE: The command is case-sensitive. 'ls -al' gives detailed information of the files. Let's see an example - Listing Hidden Files Hidden items in UNIX/Linux begin with - at the start, of the file or directory. Any Directory/file starting with a '.' will not be seen unless you request for it. UNIT 1: ICT AND INFORMATION SOCIETY - Google Slides.