Friday, December 25, 2009

BASIC COMMANDS OF Redhat Linux

# pwd  (Present Working Directory)
# cat Ø file name (To Create File)
Ctrl +z (To Save The File)
# cat Ø file name(To See The Contents Of A Previous Created File)
#vi Ø file name (To Create Or Edit A File)
After using the command
Type –   :wq and press enter. (w = save, q = quit)
#ls (To See The Directory Contents)
#Mkdir Ø  folder name (To create a folder)
#Cd Ø folder name (To Enter In Sub Folder)
#cd Ø ..    (To jump one step back)
# cd Ø  /  (To jump to Slash Drive)

NOTE –
Ø =INSERT SPACE INSTEAD OF THE SYMBOL
# = SIGN OF A SUPER USER (LIKE ADMINISTRATOR)

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