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<emphasis role="strong">Note that your system is case sensitive.</emphasis> User, user, and USER are all different, be careful with your capitalization.
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Located in basic-commands/C/basic-commands.xml:58(para)
The <command>cd</command> command will allow you to change the directory you are in (<acronym>cd</acronym> stands simply for "change directory"). When you open a terminal you will be in your home directory. Examples:
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Located in basic-commands/C/basic-commands.xml:98(para)
To navigate through multiple levels of directory at once, specify the full directory path that you want to go to. For example, type: <screen>cd /var/www</screen> to go directly to the <filename class="directory">/www</filename> subdirectory of <filename class="directory">/var/</filename>. As another example, type: <screen>cd ~/Desktop</screen> to move you to the <filename class="directory">Desktop</filename> subdirectory inside your home directory.
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Located in basic-commands/C/basic-commands.xml:136(para)
The <application>Xfce4 Terminal</application> also displays this information in the title bar of its window.
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Located in basic-commands/C/basic-commands.xml:164(para)
The <acronym>pwd</acronym> command will allow you to know in which directory you're located (<acronym>pwd</acronym> stands for "print working directory"). For example, typing <screen>pwd</screen> in the <filename class="directory">Desktop</filename> directory, will show <computeroutput>~/Desktop</computeroutput>. <placeholder-1/>
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Located in basic-commands/C/basic-commands.xml:154(para)
The <command>ls</command> command will allow you to see the files in the directory you are in (<acronym>ls</acronym> stands simply for "list"). Used with certain options, you can see sizes of files, when files where made, and permissions of files. For example, typing <screen>ls ~</screen> will show you the files that are in your home directory. Examples:
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Located in basic-commands/C/basic-commands.xml:174(para)
To list all the files (including hidden files), type: <screen>ls -a</screen>
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Located in basic-commands/C/basic-commands.xml:186(para)
To list information in a long format, type: <screen>ls -l</screen>. This will include information about permissions, owner, and last modification time.
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Located in basic-commands/C/basic-commands.xml:192(para)
To list your root patition, type: <screen>ls /</screen>
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Located in basic-commands/C/basic-commands.xml:199(para)
To list one time per line, type: <screen>ls -1</screen>
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Located in basic-commands/C/basic-commands.xml:205(para)
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Contributors to this translation: Cédric VALMARY (Tot en òc), Yannig MARCHEGAY (Kokoyaya).