The following command lists the files in your current directory:
The following command copies file1 to file2 in the current directory.
If you do a cp copy without the -i, and file2 already exists, it gets overwritten and all the original contents are destroyed.
To erase files:
To change the name of a file in your current directory:
If you omit the -i and file2 already exists, its original contents are blown away.
The following commands display the contents of a file on the screen.
The following commands print the contents of a file on the printer.
You have to have permission to use the printer. This is granted by the System Administrator.
© 1998 Robert John Morton