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Create an alias
alias
Find and Replace Text within files
awk
Displays a calendar
cal
Display the contents of a file
cat
Changes toa different direcory
cd
A visual object that enhances interaciton between a acomputer and auser. A GUI displays windows, icons, menus, labeled buttons, and a virutal desktop. A GUI sends commands to the system via these icons and menus rather than typed commands.
GUI (graphical user interface)
Clear terminal screen
clear
Copy one or more files to another location
cp
Display or change the date & time
date
Display message on screen
echo
Display,set, or remove environment variables.
env(printenv)
Application screen for typing system commands
terminal window
Search files for lines that match a given patttern
grep
This account is used to administer the system that has authority over system events and operations.
root
Entry into a UNIX/Linux computer is granted only when a user provides a login name and the associated password that matches the established user.
login name
After starting a UNIX/Linux computer, you are greeted with a login banner, either in the terminal or graphical window.
login banner
The exit command is a UNIX/Linux message that results in the closure of a terminal window.
exit
this utility provides an indepth description about a utility.
info
This program enables you to give the system instructions, also known as commands.
shell
This is an option or flag that provides specific instructions to a utility.
argument
a wildcard can represent a string of characters ina command.
wildcard
This variable represents the location of your workplace directory.
$HOME
this command is used to change the permissions/mode of a file.
chmod
This variable can be used to prevent the output of a utility from overwriting a file.
noclobber
This variable displays an output that consists of some of the environment variables that are set for your shell.
$USER