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01.22.2010 · Topics: Putty and How to navigate UNIX · command link interface o important - no point device or icons · tree o root is at the top of the tree - represented by / o files down the tree: usr, tmp, bin o home directory is where you are located Use the tree to understand · pwd - tell you where you are · > - tells you the operating system is ready · >pwd - provides fully specify path o /usr/cg3w/cg3w/ o absolute path - to a particular location independent of where you are on the tree) o relative path- determine by where you are · >ls - list everything in that directory o hw1 hw2 · >ls-l o drwxrwxr-- hw1 (HW 1 directory ) § rwx - user/the owner of the files § rwx - group § r-- - public/others § d - directory § facts: r-- · it is readable by the public
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· it is not writable · it cannot be executed § - file o drwxrwxr-- hw2 § tells you: · links · size · created/modified date · to create a directory the command is: o >mkdir [name of directory] (all lowercase) §
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