FreeOS.com: Starters for Linux - Part 1, The Command Line
Jan 27, 2001, 17:34 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Trevor Warren)
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"The Linux CLI however remains an extremely efficient
alternative to the GUI and can often be a faster and more powerful
method to move around your Linux system. For the first part of this
series we shall look at using Linux the CLI way. Before we begin
this epic odyssey, we would recommend you check out a previously
published article at http://www.freeos.com/articles/3214/ that
documents a few tips and tricks for Linux."
"Lets start with commands that deal with Basic Operations on
Linux. Linux like any other Unix system is case sensitive so type
the commands mentioned in exactly the same way as they are written
in this article."
"An important feature that differentiates Unix systems from
Windows systems is the way one refers to the File Separator. On
UNIX based systems it's as follows.
/usr/local/apache/httpd.conf -----> the forward file
While on Windows systems. C:webserverapachehttpd.conf ----->
the backward file separator."