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Here are some of the common Unix commands needed to get started: These commands are issued from the Unix prompt. Unix is case sensitive. Spaces are important, so don't put any spaces where none is shown. However, the number of spaces is not significant, so if there is one space, there could be several. ls -- provides a listing of all the files (including subdirectories) in the current directory. Note: you can use wildcard characters with this command. E.g., the following command lists all files in the current directory with the .c extension: ls *.c ls -l -- provides additional information about each file including its length in bytes, its protections, and the date it was last changed. pwd -- provides the path name of the current directory starting from the root directory. cd <directory> -- moves you down the unix directory tree structure into the named directory. E.g., suppose the directory you are currently in has a subdirectory named cop3002. Then the following command will move you into that subdirectory:
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This note was uploaded on 07/26/2011 for the course COP 2551 taught by Professor Roggio,r during the Summer '08 term at UNF.

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