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Change Directory

Both Unix and DOS
dir
List of files and directories. DOS command

ls in UNIX
copy x y
copies a file named x to a new file named y
copy x + y z combines x and y into z

DOS Command
cp in Unix
move x y
Renames x to y. No more file x.
DOS command

Unix equivalent is mv
md x
Makes new directory called x.
DOS command
Unix equivalent is mkdir x
rd x
Removes directory x. Must be empty

DOS command
Unix equivalent is rmdir x
edit
Creates and edits text files.
DOS command
Unix equivalent is pico
del and erase
Erase files.
DOS command
Unix equivalent is rm
type x
types file on the screen. may append more to output more than one screen at a time
pwd
Unix command. Print working directory. Gives home directory
ls
Unix command. Provides a list of files in a current directory
mkdir
Makes a new directory in Unix. md in DOS
rmdir
Removes a directory in UNIX. rd in DOS
pico
Makes a new textfile in unix. edit in DOS
more
Unix cmd. prints a file on the screen. Type in dos
cp -i x y
copies a file x to file y in UNIX. -i allows overwrite. DOS command: copy
mv -i x y
moves x to y, -i allowing overwrites. Unix command, is move in DOS
date
Unix command, gives date
ls -l, ls-a,
-l is a long listing; -a includes directory entries beginning with dot
UNIX commands
chmod
Unix command to modify permissions; u,g,o,a specify who gets the permission, w, r, and x are the permissions, and + or - means grant or revoke
rm x
Unix command, removes a file, DOS command is del or erase
rmdir
removes directory, doing rm -R allows directory with files in it to be deleted
Unix command; DOS equivalent is rd
dir
DOS command to list files; Unix equivalent is ls
!!
Reruns last command in unix
history
lists last commands in unix
!3
Reruns 3rd last command in UNIX
exit
Exits unix and DOS
man
gives command information