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Notable function included hyperlinks to related man pages?Displays help informationNMoves to the next node in a linked series or levelPMoves back in a series or levelUMoves up one level in the node hierarchyArrow keysMove the cursor around the screen to select linksPage Up, Page DownScroll up and down within a single nodeEnterMoves to a new node once you have selected itLDisplays the last info page you readTDisplays the top page for a topicQExits from the info page systemArrow keys can be used to navigate the info pages. Placing the cursor over a node linkand pressing ‘enter’ will take you to the selected node page. Pressing the ‘q’ key will exitthe info utility.More Local DocumentationVaries by distribution
/usr/doc/packagename/usr/share/doc/packagename/usr/share/doc/packages/packagenameFiles here are in plain text, and can be regular text files or html files that can be viewedin a web browserlocate2.3 Using Directories and Listing FilesWeight: 2Description: Navigation of home and system directories and listing files in various locations.Key Knowledge Areas:FHS - Filesystem Hierarchy StandardDirectory structure‘Inverted tree’ with a single rootCase sensitivePaths are delimited by a / (forward slash)Files,Hidden files and directoriesAny folder or file whose name is preceded by a . (dot) are hidden from normalviewHomeAbsolute pathsRelative pathsTerms and Utilities:Recursive listingscd, home and ~cd ..= go up one directorycd -= return to last directorycd ~= change to the home directory of the currently logged in user. and ..A single . (dot) in a directory refers to the current directoryA double .. (dot) refers to the parent directory of any particular directory, onedirectory up in the file hierarchy2.4 Creating, Moving and Deleting FilesWeight: 2Description: Create, move and delete files and directories under the home directory.Key Knowledge Areas:Files and directories
Case sensitivitySimple globbing and quotingTerms and Utilities:mkdir- make a new directory-p= make a parent directory along with a subdirectoryrmdir- remove an empty directorytouch- create an empty file or update a file’s timestampcp- copy a file or folder-R= copy a folder recursively-v= verbose, display what the copy command is doingmv- move or rename a file or folderrm- remove a file or folder-r= recursively remove a folder and its contentsTopic 3: The Power of the Command Line (weight: 9)3.1 Archiving Files on the Command LineWeight: 2Description: Archiving files in the user home directory.Key Knowledge Areas:Files, directoriesArchives, compressionTerms and Utilities:Archives, compressiontar- manipulate archive files-c= create a new archive-z= pass the archive through gzip compression-j= pass the archive through bzip2 compression-f

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