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Learning the Command Line - Listing Files

This is the second article in the command line series. The first article by vansmith can be found here: http://www.mac-forums.com/blog/learn...line-part-one/ This time we will be discussing file management commands. Some of these commands might look strange to you. That’s because most Terminal commands have the vowels and sometimes consonants removed to make the command shorter. For instance the copy command is cp with the o and y removed. Obligatory warning: Please be careful when working on the command line. Most commands will not ask you “Are You Sure?” like a …Read More →



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