The “shell” di GNU/Linux (the terminale) is a very important part of any system GNU/Linux, and although it has been largely “bypassed” by the various GUI, remains the most direct way “communicate” with the machine without many intermediaries.
This article aims to show the most common commands (the most widely used) to the command line:
|show the contents of the current directory|
|enters in the directory indicated|
|creates a new directory called “directory name”|
|removes the specified object|
|show an ordered list of running processes, in cima i più “hexoses”|
|ps ax||show the list of processes (and related “pid”) in chronological order|
|ends the process corresponding to the “pid” added|
|ends all jobs matching the name you entered|
Today's lesson on the shell ends here, but soon other interesting notions.