Unformatted text preview: > ". Again, use " more " to view the contents of the file. How has the file changed? Why? 5. List the files in the directory " /bin " that end in " sh ". What command did you use? 6. You want to know the number of files and directories located in your home directory. To do this, you can combine the command " ls -al " and " wc -l " in a pipeline, feeding the standard output from the ls command in to the standard input of the wc command. Write the pipeline command in the proper order below, and test it at your terminal. 7. File permissions in U NIX are frequently specified as an octal number. Why is octal the preferred base for this purpose?...
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2009 for the course CMPE 130 taught by Professor Mrobinson during the Fall '09 term at San Jose State.
- Fall '09