Translations by Leo Iannacone

Leo Iannacone has submitted the following strings to this translation. Contributions are visually coded: currently used translations, unreviewed suggestions, rejected suggestions.

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The <command>cd</command> command changes directories. When you open a terminal you will be in your home directory. To move around the file system you will use <command>cd</command>.
2008-02-19
Il comando <command>cd</command> cambia le directory. Quando si apre un terminale si è posizionati nella propria directory home. Per muoversi nel file system si userà cd.
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The <command>~</command> character represents the current user's home directory. As seen 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 instead to <filename class="directory">/root</filename>. When running a command with <command>sudo</command>, the full path to your home directory must be given.
2008-02-19
Il carattere <command>~</command> rappresenta la directory home dell'utente corrente. Come visto sopra, <command>cd ~</command> è equivalente a <command>cd /home/username/</command>. Tuttavia, quando si esegue un comando come root (usando <command>sudo</command>, per esempio), <command>~</command> rappresenta invece la cartella <filename class="directory"> /root </filename>. Quando si esegue un comando con <command>sudo</command>, il percorso completo della home directory deve essere esplcitato.
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<application>GNOME Terminal</application> also displays this information in the title bar of its window.
2008-02-19
Il <application>Terminale di GNOME</application> inoltre visualizza queste informazioni nella barra del titolo della finestra.
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The <command>pwd</command> command outputs which directory you are currently located in (<acronym>pwd</acronym> stands for <quote>print working directory</quote>). For example, typing <screen>pwd</screen> in the <filename class="directory">Desktop</filename> directory, will show <computeroutput>/home/username/Desktop</computeroutput>. <placeholder-1/>
2008-02-19
Il comando <command>pwd<command> mostra in quale directory si è posizionati (<acronym>pwd</acronym> sta per <quote>print working directory (stampa la directory di lavoro) </quote>). Per esempio, digitando <screen>pwd</screen> nella directory <filename class="directory">Scrivania</filename> apparirà <computeroutput>/home/username/Scrivania</computeroutput>. <placeholder-1/>
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The <command>ls</command> command outputs a list of the files in the current directory. For example, typing <screen>ls ~</screen> will show you the files that are in your home directory.
2008-02-19
Il comando <command>ls</command> mostra i file presenti nella directory corrente. Per esempio, digitando <screen>ls ~</screen> appariranno i file presenti nella propria directory home.
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Used with the <command>-l</command> options, <command>ls</command> outputs various other information alongside the filename, such as the current permissions on the file, and the file's owner.
2008-02-19
Usato con l'opzione <command>-l</command>, <command>ls</command> mostrerà varie informazioni sui file, come ad esempio i permessi correnti del file e quale utente l'ha creato.
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The <command>cp</command> command makes a copy of a file. For example, type: <screen>cp foo bar</screen> to make an exact copy of <filename>foo</filename> and name it <filename>bar</filename>. <filename>foo</filename> will be unchanged.
2008-02-19
Il comando <command>cp</command> crea una copia di un file. Per esempio, digitare: <screen>cp foo bar</screen> per creare una copia esatta di <filename>foo</filename> e chiamarla <filename>bar</filename>. Il file <filename>foo</filename> non subirà alcuna modifica.
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The <command>mv</command> command moves a file to a different location or will rename a file. Examples are as follows: <screen>mv foo bar</screen> will rename the file <filename>foo</filename> to <filename>bar</filename>. <screen>mv foo ~/Desktop</screen> will move the file <filename>foo</filename> to your <filename class="directory">Desktop</filename> directory but will not rename it.
2008-02-19
Il comando <command>mv</command> sposta un file in una posizione diversa o rinomina un file. Ecco alcuni esempi: <screen>mv foo bar</screen> rinomina il file <filename>foo</filename> in <filename>bar</filename>. <screen>mv foo ~/Scrivania</screen> sposta il file <filename>foo</filename> nella directory <filename class="directory">Scrivania</filename>, ma non viene rinominato.
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<command>rm</command> is used to delete files. <screen>rm foo</screen> deletes the file <filename>foo</filename> from the current directory.
2008-02-19
Usare il comando <command>rm</command> per rimuove e cancellare file. <screen>rm foo</screen> cancella il file <filename>foo</filename> nella directory corrente.
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The <command>mkdir</command> command allows you to create directories. For example, typing: <screen>mkdir music</screen> will create a directory named <filename class="directory">music</filename> in the current directory.
2008-02-19
Il comando <command>mkdir</command> permette di creare delle directory. Per esempio, digitando: <screen>mkdir musica</screen> verrà creata una directory <filename class="directory">musica</filename> nella directory corrente.