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UNIX Commands Table POS/420 Version 10

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UNIX Commands Table
Command name: cd Command properties Common parameters Primary use Common results (including errors) Command name: ls Command properties Common parameters Primary use Common results (including errors) Command name: mkdir Command properties Common parameters Primary use Common results (including errors) Command name: rm Command properties Common parameters Primary use Common results (including errors) Command name: more Command properties Common parameters Primary use Common results (including errors) Your response additional Paramaters such as -e allow for exiting immediately after showing the screen. used to display text, one screen at a time the display of more text as commander. If an error occurs an alarm will go off or it will terminate. Your response additional parameters allow for specification of which files are to be deleted. Deletion off files. file is deleted or an invalid file name displays the error of a nonexisting file Your response additional syntax specifies where the directory can be mde as well as allow permissions. To make a new directory. new directory is created or errors returned with specified problems such as a non viable area or incorrect permissions. Your response The addition of items like -a will list all files, other,s have different menings nd produce different results. Shows a list of files within the current directory Shows the complete list. If the directory does not exist it will display the error message. Your response Paramaters such as the directory name can be added to specify which file/ directory is to be opened. To change the directory your working in A change in directory, or an error if directory does not exist.

UNIX Commands Table POS/420 Version 10

Command name: du Command properties Common parameters Primary use Common results (including errors) Command name: cat Command properties Common parameters Primary use Common results (including errors) Command name: clear Command properties Common parameters Primary use Common results (including errors) Your response Additional syntax allows for different results This allows for clearing of information from the screen. The result is the removal of all information currently being viewd on the screen. Your response Additional syntax allows for different results Allows for modifying a file, combining files or to look at a file. An example would be.cat file1.txt file2.txt > file3.txt If a file does not exist an error will display. Your response additional parameters allow for specific files to be queried . displays current file size/usage display of file size in a given directory. Errors can be when a file has not been created or located.