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hello we are going to learn the basics of the linux command line

the commands we will be learning:

 pwd
 mkdir
 cd
 ls
 rmdir
 cp
 mv
 cat
 find
 less
 rm
 touch 

pwd prints the current working directory:

	[user@whatever]$pwd
	prints the directory you are currently in

mkdir makes a directory

	[user@whatever]$mkdir example
	makes a directory named example in the current directory

ls list files in the current directory

	[user@whatever]$ls
	shows current files in directory

rmdir removes a directory

	[user@whatever]$rmdir example
	removes a directory named example

cd changes the directory

	[user@whatever]$cd example
	changes the directory to example

cp copies files to another directory

	[user@whatever]$cp file /path/example
	copies file to the example directory

mv moves files to a directory

	[user@whatever]$mv file /path/example
	moves file to the example directory

cat prints out file contents to the terminal

	[user@whatever]$cat file
	prints the content of file to the terminal

find find file by their name

	[user@whatever]$ find file
	looks in the current directory for a file named file

less shows the contents of a file in the terminal

	[user@whatever]$less file
	shows the contents of file in the terminal

rm removes a file

	[user@whatever]$rm file
	removes a file named file

touch make a empty file if one doesnt exist

	[user@whatever]$touch file
	creates a file named file if it doesnt exist

man list more information and options for a command

	[user@whatever]$man ls
	tells more about the ls command

remember to read the man pages for more information on a command