For most Linux distros, Bash bourne again shell is the default command-line interface or shell used to execute these commands. In this A to Z list of Linux commands, we have tried to include as many commands as possible which can be run using bash. CLIs command-line interface have existed since ages. However, CLI is just an interface, the main task is done by a program called command language interpreter. The first piece of text you see when you land on the shell is called prompt. However, the terminal application you see on your Linux systems is an emulator that replicates the jobs of a real-world terminal.

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Previous step Next step 4. Without the forward slash at the start the mkdir command would try to find a tmp directory inside the current working directory, then try to create a tutorial directory inside that. Those things are referred to as parameters or arguments, and different commands can accept different numbers of arguments.

The mkdir command expects at least one argument, whereas the cd command can work with zero or one, but no more. The command above will have created three new subdirectories inside our folder.

Options are used to modify the way in which a command operates, allowing a single command to behave in a variety of different ways. Unfortunately, due to quirks of history and human nature, options can take different forms in different commands.

The single character form allows for multiple options to be combined, though not all commands will accept that. But suppose we want to create a directory with a space in the name? If you want to work with spaces in directory or file names, you need to escape them.

Creating files using redirection Our demonstration folder is starting to look rather full of directories, but is somewhat lacking in files. First, remind yourself what the ls command is currently showing: ls Suppose we wanted to capture the output of that command as a text file that we can look at or manipulate further.

If you just run ls on its own you should see that the output. We can use the cat command to look at its content: cat output. A question mark "? Will the computer complain, because the file already exists? Will it append the text to the file, so it contains two copies? Or will it replace it entirely? Press the Up Arrow a couple of times to get to the first cat and press Enter to run it, then do the same again to get to the second.

As you can see, the file looks the same. Give them a try to see the difference between them. Not only will it help to avoid confusion, but it will also prevent problems when working with different operating systems. Windows, for example, is case-insensitive, so it would treat all three of the file names above as being a single file, potentially causing data loss or other problems.

You might be tempted to just hit the Caps Lock key and use upper case for all your file names. But the vast majority of shell commands are lower case, so you would end up frequently having to turn it on and off as you type. Most seasoned command line users tend to stick primarily to lower case names for their files and directories so that they rarely have to worry about file name clashes, or which case to use for each letter in the name.

Good naming practice When you consider both case sensitivity and escaping, a good rule of thumb is to keep your file names all lower case, with only letters, numbers, underscores and hyphens.


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The echo command prints echoes a string of text to the terminal window. A script can use this command to generate visible output to indicate the progress or results of the script as it is executed. You must tell find where to start searching from and what it is looking for. In this example, the. One of them is a directory called Ramones.


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