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An Introduction to the Linux Command Shell For Beginners [PDF FILE]
An Introduction to the Linux Command Shell For Beginners


Summary:


1.0 Introduction
1.1 What is a command shell?
1.2 What is BASH?
1.3 How is BASH different from the DOS command prompt?
1.4 Special Characters
1.5 Executing Commands
2.0 Getting Help
2.1 Using a Command's Built-In Help
2.2 Online Manuals: "Man Pages”
2.3 Info Pages
3.0 Navigating the Linux Filesystem
3.1 The Linux Directory Layout
3.2 Commands for Navigating the Linux Filesystems
4.0 Piping and Re-Direction
4.1 Piping Commands Together
4.2 Redirecting Program Output to Files
5.0 Other Linux Commands
5.1 Working With Files and Directories
5.2 Finding Things
5.3 Informational Commands
5.4 Other Utilities
5.5 Shortcuts to Make it all Easier!
6.0 Further Reading



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