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Linux Commands

Linux Commands

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Linux Commands
LINUX COMMANDS
 
UNIX Commands
Linux Commands
A command is a program which interacts with thekernel to provide the environment and perform thefunctions called for by the user.A command can be: a built-in shell command; anexecutable shell file, known as a shell script; or asource compiled, object code file.The shell is a command line interpreter. The user interacts with the kernel through the shell. You canwrite ASCII (text) scripts to be acted upon by ashell.
 
UNIX Shell
Linux Commands
The shell sits between you and the operatingsystem, acting as a command interpreter.It reads your terminal input and translates thecommands into actions taken by the system. Theshell is analogous to command.com in DOS.When you log into the system you are given adefault shell.When the shell starts up it reads its startup filesand may set environment variables, commandsearch paths, and command aliases, and executesany commands specified in these files.

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