Learning UNIX – Baby Steps

Davin Lewis | December 31, 2012 | 0 Comments

I have just begun working on UNIX and face the mammoth task of grasping all the commands at a very good pace. So I thought as I embark on this journey I will involve all of you as well. I happily ignored it during my degree studies and consider it to the forbidden screen. Well fate has made it’s humble student and this time I am going to take the bull by its horns.


  1. ls – lists directory contents

Example :

ls – ltr – List files in the reverse order

ls -d – List only directory contents

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