Linux Commands You Should Know…..

  1. pwd command : Print Working Directory
  • cat filename it will show the content of file.
  • cat > filename creates a new file.
  • cat filename1 filename2>filename3 joins two files (1 and 2) and stores the output of them in a new file (3)
  • to convert a file to upper or lower case use, cat filename | tr a-z A-Z >output.txt
  • To find files in the current directory use, find . -name pavan.txt
  • To look for directories use, / -type d -name pavan.txt

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