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Linux Tutorial

Linux Tutorial

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WHAT IS LINUX? - History of LUNIX - layers - GETTING STARTED WITH LINUX - LINUX COMMANDS - Control Keys - Basic File Commands - Display Commands - File Permissions - System Resource Commands - List of User Commands - List of Disk Space Commands - FILE SYSTEM - Directories - commands - SHELL - Built-in Commands - Special Commands - SHELL SCRIPTING - SHELL PROGRAMMING IN BOURNE SHELL - Scalar Variables and Array Variables - KEY BOARD SHORTCUTS - NETWORKING IN LINUX - Addresses - Network Commands
WHAT IS LINUX? - History of LUNIX - layers - GETTING STARTED WITH LINUX - LINUX COMMANDS - Control Keys - Basic File Commands - Display Commands - File Permissions - System Resource Commands - List of User Commands - List of Disk Space Commands - FILE SYSTEM - Directories - commands - SHELL - Built-in Commands - Special Commands - SHELL SCRIPTING - SHELL PROGRAMMING IN BOURNE SHELL - Scalar Variables and Array Variables - KEY BOARD SHORTCUTS - NETWORKING IN LINUX - Addresses - Network Commands

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v Semi colon (‘;’) used to execute commands one after another.
v Syntax: $ comand1 ; comand2
v
Ex: $ls –l ; cat file

It will lists all files first and then displays the contents of file called file.

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