Tag: Command Archive

Linux Command: cp (Copy)

Published on September 12, 2023 at 10:51 am by LEW

Introduction

The cp command is part of the Linux Core Utilities. It can be thought of as an acronym for copy or copy-paste if you like. It is used to create copies of files and directories. (more…)

SharePin It!

Linux Command Line Part 5

Published on January 28, 2023 at 9:55 am by LEW

Introduction

In the past several posts we have discussed the Linux Command Line and File System. We learned to look at directory content and move around the file system with ls and cd. In this post we will look at creating links, using a pipe, and viewing file content. We will be using the commands ln, cat, more, and less. (more…)

SharePin It!

Linux Command Line Part 4

Published on January 26, 2023 at 7:24 am by LEW

Introduction

In this post we will be looking at the cd (change directory) and ls (list directory content). To do so we will need to discuss a couple of file system concepts first (the file tree and links). These will most likely be the two most used terminal commands for many users. (more…)

SharePin It!

The Linux Command Line Part 2

Published on January 12, 2023 at 6:57 pm by LEW

Introduction

In this post we will be discussing some basic features of the Linux terminal and the bash shell. This is a basic introduction, and will focus on general setup. As per the previous post, we are taking a simplistic approach, as this series of posts is for those relatively new to using a terminal. (more…)

SharePin It!

JWM Agnostic X on Arch – Part 1

Published on November 4, 2022 at 12:54 am by LEW

Introduction

Around a year ago I did a series of posts on setting up Joe’s Window Manager (JWM) on a base Debian install. This time I am taking a leap of faith and installing JWM on Arch. (more…)

SharePin It!
Next Page »