COMMAND SYNTAX * (asterisk) . (period) ..

(2 periods) ~ (tilde) ~login cat filename cat filename1 filename2 > filename3 cat filename >> existing_filename chmod [ugoa][+-][rwx] filename

DESCRIPTION Wildcard character representing zero or more of any and all adjacent characters in file or directory names. Notation for "current working directory." Notation for "directory immediately above current working directory"; used with cd and ls commands. Notation for absolute path of user's home directory. Absolute path of the home directory of the user specified by Login. Concatenate (or display) the entire file specified to the screen. Combine two or more existing files into a new file. Append one or more files to the end of an existing file. Changes permissions on file or directory;u=user, g=group, o=others, a=all; + = add permission, -=remove permission; r=read permission, w=write permission, x=execute permission Change to the specified directory; can take relative or absolute path. Create a duplicate of the file in the current working directory. Options include i (interactive, prompt for y or n before overwriting an existing file). Create a duplicate of the file with the same name in the directory specified. Options include i (interactive, prompt for y or n before before overwriting an existing file). Create a duplicate of the file with a different name in the directory specified. Options include i (interactive, prompt for y or n before overwriting an existing file). Print file to a specified printer List the specified file(s),or all the files in the specified directory. Options include a (list all, including dot files) and l (long format). Make one or more new directories with the name(s) specified. Display the specified file one screen at a time. Rename the specified file. Options include i (interactive, prompt for y or n before overwriting an existing file). Rename the specified directory. Options include -i (interactive, prompt for y or n before overwriting an existing directory). Move the first directory (and all files and subdirectories it contains) to the second directory. Directoryname2 must already exist. Options include -i (interactive, prompt for y or n before overwriting an existing directory). Move the specified file to the specified directory. Options include -i (interactive, prompt for y or n before overwriting an existing file). Remove the specified file(s). Options include -i (interactive, prompt for y or n before removing). Remove the specified directory(s) which must be empty. Options include -i (interactive, prompt for y or n before removing). Invokes the easy-to-use editor pico to edit named file. To start from scratch, just use pico Print the name of the current working directory to the screen. Return information about your quota limits ad current usage.

cd dirname cp [-i] filename1 filename2 cp [-i] filename dirname

cp [-i] filename dirname/filename

lpr [-p] printer filename ls [-al] [filename(s) or dirname] mkdir dirname(s) more filename mv [-i] old_filename new_filename mv [-i] old_dirname new_dirname mv [-i] dirname1 dirname2

mv [-i] filename dirname rm [-i] filename(s) rmdir [-i] dirname(s) pico filename pwd quota -v

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