Synatx: cd Name_Of_Directory
|This command is used for changing directories. Type ‘cd’ command followed by the name of a directory for accessing that directory.|
|clear||Used for clearing the screen of console.|
|df||Used for checking disk space.|
|df -h||Give an easily readable version of the output for the disk space|
|df –h –T||Lists disk space including filesystem|
|finger||Tells who is on the system. It can also give detailed information about who has access the computer.|
|finger name_of_user_accout||Gives information on a certain user account.|
|logout||Used for logging out from a particular user session in a system.|
|man name_of_command||It pulls information about a particular Linux command. man –k followed by a certain word will give the list of all the commands containing that particular word.|
|more||Used for reading the contents of a file. Just type this command followed by the name of file.|
|passwd||Used for changing the password. Type this command and press enter and it will prompt you to change password.|
|pwd||Type pwd and hit enter, it will tell you the name of the directory in which you are currently working.|
|nano||Used for opening a text editor and editing files. Type the command and press enter and it will open a text editor.
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Type this command followed by the name of file for its editing.