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Linux/OSX Commands

Basic Linux/OSX commands for Command Line Crash Course. http://bit.ly/1278JOx

pwd print working directory
hostname my computer's network name
mkdir make directory
cd change directory
ls list directory
rmdir remove directory
pushd push directory
popd pop directory
cp copy a file or directory
mv move a file or directory
less page through a file
cat print the whole file
xargs execute arguments
find find files
grep find things inside files
man read a manual page
apropos find what man page is appropriate
env look at your environment
echo print some arguments
export export/set a new environment variable
exit exit the shell
sudo DANGER! become super user root DANGER!
chmod change permission modifiers
chown change ownership
Created by: sweetPalindrome