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Located in cli/C/cli.xml:14(year)
This document provides a brief description of the Linux command line. It is not a complete guide to the command line, but rather an introduction to complement <phrase>Kubuntu</phrase>'s graphical tools.
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This guide describes some basic GNU/Linux shell commands. It is not intended to be a complete guide to the command line, just an introduction to complement <phrase>Kubuntu</phrase>'s graphical tools.
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The commands should be issued from a command prompt within a <application>Terminal</application> and will be shown as: <screen>command to type</screen>
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<emphasis role="strong">Command Line Linux is case sensitive.</emphasis> User, user, and USER are each different and distinct in Linux.
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<phrase>Kubuntu</phrase>'s Terminal application is called <application>Konsole</application>, and is opened by going to <menuchoice><guimenu>Kickoff Application Launcher</guimenu><guisubmenu>Applications</guisubmenu><guisubmenu>System</guisubmenu><guimenuitem>Terminal (Konsole)</guimenuitem></menuchoice>.
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The <command>pwd</command> command displays the directory where the user is currently located (<acronym>pwd</acronym> stands for <quote>print working directory</quote>). For example, typing <screen>pwd</screen> while in the <filename class="directory">Desktop</filename> will show <computeroutput>/home/[username]/Desktop</computeroutput>. <placeholder-1/>
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The <command>cd</command> command changes directories (<acronym>cd</acronym> stands for <quote>change directory</quote>). When a terminal window is opened, it will be located in the user's home directory. Moving around the file system requires the use of <command>cd</command>.
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Located in cli/C/cli.xml:106(para)
To navigate to the current user's home directory, type: <screen>cd</screen> or <screen>cd ~</screen>
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The <command>~</command> character represents the current user's home directory. As shown above, <command>cd ~</command> is equivalent to <command>cd /home/username/</command>. However, when running a command as root (using <command>sudo</command>, for example), <command>~</command> points to <filename class="directory">/root</filename>. When running a <command>cd</command> command with <command>sudo</command>, the full path to the home directory must be given.
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Located in docs/cli/C/cli.xml:129(para)
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