Note: If there is a command ls then you need to only type
lsbut not to type
Ls. Linux and Unix Commands are case-sensitive..
pwd is a command that shows you the path where you are currently is.
ls is a command that shows you the list of directories or files in the current directory.
cd command lets you change the directory.
cd [Directory name]
cat command lets you see the content of the file.
cat [File name]
mkdir command lets make a new directory in the current directory.
mkdir [Directory name (You wanna give it to]
rmdir command lets you delete a directory.
rmdir [Directory name]
touch command lets you create a new file.
touch [File name (You wanna give it to]
The uname command, short for Unix Name, will print detailed information about your Linux system like the machine name, operating system, kernel, and so on.
history command shows you the history of your commands that you typed so far.
man command lets you see the manual of any command.
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