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Module-2 Using Linux
Command Shell
Tushar B Kute
tushar.kute@gmail.com
http://snashlug.org
contact@snashlug.org
UNIX Commands
Linux Commands
A command is a program which interacts with the
kernel to provide the environment and perform the
functions called for by the user.
A command can be: a built-in shell command; an
executable shell file, known as a shell script; or a
source compiled, object code file.
The shell is a command line interpreter. The user
interacts with the kernel through the shell. You can
write ASCII (text) scripts to be acted upon by a
shell.
UNIX Shell
The shell sits between you and the operating
system, acting as a command interpreter.
It reads your terminal input and translates the
commands into actions taken by the system. The
shell is analogous to command.com in DOS.
When you log into the system you are given a
default shell.
When the shell starts up it reads its startup files
and may set environment variables, command
search paths, and command aliases, and executes
any commands specified in these files.
UNIX Shell
Linux Commands
The original shell was the Bourne shell, sh.
Every Unix platform will either have the Bourne shell,
or a Bourne compatible shell available.
The default prompt for the Bourne shell is $ (or #, for
the root user).
Another popular shell is C Shell. The default prompt
for the C shell is %.
UNIX Shell
Linux Commands
Numerous other shells are available from the
network. Almost all of them are based on either sh
or csh with extensions to provide job control to sh,
allow in-line editing of commands, page through
previously executed commands, provide command
name completion and custom prompt, etc.
Some of the more well known of these may be on
your favorite Unix system: the Korn shell, ksh, by
David Korn and the Bourne Again SHell, bash,
from the Free Software Foundations GNU project,
both based on sh, the T-C shell, tcsh, and the
extended C shell, cshe, both based on csh.
LINUX COMMANDS
Linux Commands
File Management and Viewing
File-system Management
Help, Job and Process Management
Network Management
System Management
User Management
Printing and Programming
Document Preparation
Miscellaneous
Command Structure
Linux Commands
Command <Options> <Arguments>
Multiple commands separated by ; can be executed
one after the other
Help Facilities for Commands
Linux Commands
To understand the working of the command and
possible options use (man command)
Using the GNU Info System (info, info command)
Listing a Description of a Program (whatis command)
Many tools have a long−style option, `−−help', that
outputs usage information about the tool, including
the options and arguments the tool takes.
Ex: whoami --help
Pipes
Linux Commands
An important early development in Unix was the
invention of "pipes," a way to pass the output of one
tool to the input of another.
eg. $ who | wc −l
By combining these two tools, giving the wc
command the output of who, you can build a new
command to list the number of users currently on the
system
Linux File Management and Viewing
Linux Commands
File and Directory management
cd Change the current directory. With no arguments
"cd" changes to the users home directory. (cd
<directory path>)
chmod Change the file permissions.
Ex: chmod 751 myfile : change the file permissions
to rwx for owner, rx for group and x for others
Ex: chmod +r myfile
chmod -w myfile
Linux File Management and Viewing
Linux Commands
chown Change owner.
Ex: chown <owner1> <filename> : Change ownership
of a file to owner1.
chgrp Change group.
Ex: chgrp <group1> <filename> : Change group of a
file to group1.
cp Copy a file from one location to another.
Ex: cp file1 file2 : Copy file1 to file2
Ex: cp –R dir1 dir2 : Copy dir1 to dir2
Linux File Management and Viewing
Linux Commands
ls List contents of a directory.
Ex: ls, ls –l , ls –al, ls –ld, ls –R
(-rwxrwxr-x 1 juan juan 0 Sep 26 12:25 foo )
|more will list page wise
mkdir Make a directory.
Ex: mkdir <directory name> : Makes a directory
Ex mkdir –p /www/chache/var/log will create all the
directories starting from www.
mv Move or rename a file or directory.
Ex: mv <source> <destination>
Linux File Management and Viewing
Linux Commands
find Find files (find <start directory> -name <file name> -print)
Ex: find /home –name readme -print
(Search for readme starting at home and output full path.)
“/home" = Search starting at the home directory and proceed
through all its subdirectories
"-name readme" = Search for a file named readme
"-print" = Output the full path to that file
locate File locating program that uses the slocate database.
Ex: locate –u to create the database,
locate <file/directory> to find file/directory
Wild card characters?
Linux File Management and Viewing
Linux Commands
pwd Print or list the present working directory with
full path.
rm Delete files (Remove files). (rm –rf
<directory/file>)
rmdir Remove a directory. The directory must be
empty. (rmdir <directory>)
touch Change file timestamps to the current time.
Make the file if it doesn't exist. (touch <filename>)
whereis Locate the binary and man page files for a
command. (whereis <program/command>)
which Show full path of commands where given
commands reside. (which <command>)
Linux File Management and Viewing
Linux Commands
File viewing and editing
emacs Full screen editor.
pico Simple text editor.
vi Editor with a command mode and text mode. Starts in
command mode.
gedit GUI Text Editor
tail Look at the last 10 lines of a file.
Ex: tail –f <filename> ,
Ex: tail -100 <filename>
head Look at the first 10 lines of a file. (head <filename>)
Linux File Management and Viewing
Linux Commands
File compression, backing up and restoring
compress Compress data.
uncompress Expand data.
gzip - zip a file to a gz file.
gunzip - unzip a gz file.
tar Archives files and directories. Can store files and
directories on tapes.
Ex: tar -zcvf <destination> <files/directories> - Archive
copy groups of files. tar –zxvf <compressed file> to
uncompress
zip – Compresses a file to a .zip file.
unzip – Uncompresses a file with .zip extension.
Linux File Management and Viewing
Linux Commands
cat View a file
Ex: cat filename
cmp Compare two files.
cut Remove sections from each line of files.
diff Show the differences between files.
Ex: diff file1 file2 : Find differences between file1 &
file2.
echo Display a line of text.
Linux File Management and Viewing
Linux Commands
grep List all files with the specified expression.
(grep pattern <filename/directorypath>)
Ex: ls –l |grep sidbi : List all lines with a sidbi in them.
Ex: grep " R " : Search for R with a space on each side
sleep Delay for a specified amount of time.
sort Sort a file alphabetically.
uniq Remove duplicate lines from a sorted file.
wc Count lines, words, characters in a file. (wc –c/w/l
<filename>).
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Module 02 Using Linux Command Shell

  • 1. Module-2 Using Linux Command Shell Tushar B Kute tushar.kute@gmail.com http://snashlug.org contact@snashlug.org
  • 2. UNIX Commands Linux Commands A command is a program which interacts with the kernel to provide the environment and perform the functions called for by the user. A command can be: a built-in shell command; an executable shell file, known as a shell script; or a source compiled, object code file. The shell is a command line interpreter. The user interacts with the kernel through the shell. You can write ASCII (text) scripts to be acted upon by a shell.
  • 3. UNIX Shell The shell sits between you and the operating system, acting as a command interpreter. It reads your terminal input and translates the commands into actions taken by the system. The shell is analogous to command.com in DOS. When you log into the system you are given a default shell. When the shell starts up it reads its startup files and may set environment variables, command search paths, and command aliases, and executes any commands specified in these files.
  • 4. UNIX Shell Linux Commands The original shell was the Bourne shell, sh. Every Unix platform will either have the Bourne shell, or a Bourne compatible shell available. The default prompt for the Bourne shell is $ (or #, for the root user). Another popular shell is C Shell. The default prompt for the C shell is %.
  • 5. UNIX Shell Linux Commands Numerous other shells are available from the network. Almost all of them are based on either sh or csh with extensions to provide job control to sh, allow in-line editing of commands, page through previously executed commands, provide command name completion and custom prompt, etc. Some of the more well known of these may be on your favorite Unix system: the Korn shell, ksh, by David Korn and the Bourne Again SHell, bash, from the Free Software Foundations GNU project, both based on sh, the T-C shell, tcsh, and the extended C shell, cshe, both based on csh.
  • 6. LINUX COMMANDS Linux Commands File Management and Viewing File-system Management Help, Job and Process Management Network Management System Management User Management Printing and Programming Document Preparation Miscellaneous
  • 7. Command Structure Linux Commands Command <Options> <Arguments> Multiple commands separated by ; can be executed one after the other
  • 8. Help Facilities for Commands Linux Commands To understand the working of the command and possible options use (man command) Using the GNU Info System (info, info command) Listing a Description of a Program (whatis command) Many tools have a long−style option, `−−help', that outputs usage information about the tool, including the options and arguments the tool takes. Ex: whoami --help
  • 9. Pipes Linux Commands An important early development in Unix was the invention of "pipes," a way to pass the output of one tool to the input of another. eg. $ who | wc −l By combining these two tools, giving the wc command the output of who, you can build a new command to list the number of users currently on the system
  • 10. Linux File Management and Viewing Linux Commands File and Directory management cd Change the current directory. With no arguments "cd" changes to the users home directory. (cd <directory path>) chmod Change the file permissions. Ex: chmod 751 myfile : change the file permissions to rwx for owner, rx for group and x for others Ex: chmod +r myfile chmod -w myfile
  • 11. Linux File Management and Viewing Linux Commands chown Change owner. Ex: chown <owner1> <filename> : Change ownership of a file to owner1. chgrp Change group. Ex: chgrp <group1> <filename> : Change group of a file to group1. cp Copy a file from one location to another. Ex: cp file1 file2 : Copy file1 to file2 Ex: cp –R dir1 dir2 : Copy dir1 to dir2
  • 12. Linux File Management and Viewing Linux Commands ls List contents of a directory. Ex: ls, ls –l , ls –al, ls –ld, ls –R (-rwxrwxr-x 1 juan juan 0 Sep 26 12:25 foo ) |more will list page wise mkdir Make a directory. Ex: mkdir <directory name> : Makes a directory Ex mkdir –p /www/chache/var/log will create all the directories starting from www. mv Move or rename a file or directory. Ex: mv <source> <destination>
  • 13. Linux File Management and Viewing Linux Commands find Find files (find <start directory> -name <file name> -print) Ex: find /home –name readme -print (Search for readme starting at home and output full path.) “/home" = Search starting at the home directory and proceed through all its subdirectories "-name readme" = Search for a file named readme "-print" = Output the full path to that file locate File locating program that uses the slocate database. Ex: locate –u to create the database, locate <file/directory> to find file/directory Wild card characters?
  • 14. Linux File Management and Viewing Linux Commands pwd Print or list the present working directory with full path. rm Delete files (Remove files). (rm –rf <directory/file>) rmdir Remove a directory. The directory must be empty. (rmdir <directory>) touch Change file timestamps to the current time. Make the file if it doesn't exist. (touch <filename>) whereis Locate the binary and man page files for a command. (whereis <program/command>) which Show full path of commands where given commands reside. (which <command>)
  • 15. Linux File Management and Viewing Linux Commands File viewing and editing emacs Full screen editor. pico Simple text editor. vi Editor with a command mode and text mode. Starts in command mode. gedit GUI Text Editor tail Look at the last 10 lines of a file. Ex: tail –f <filename> , Ex: tail -100 <filename> head Look at the first 10 lines of a file. (head <filename>)
  • 16. Linux File Management and Viewing Linux Commands File compression, backing up and restoring compress Compress data. uncompress Expand data. gzip - zip a file to a gz file. gunzip - unzip a gz file. tar Archives files and directories. Can store files and directories on tapes. Ex: tar -zcvf <destination> <files/directories> - Archive copy groups of files. tar –zxvf <compressed file> to uncompress zip – Compresses a file to a .zip file. unzip – Uncompresses a file with .zip extension.
  • 17. Linux File Management and Viewing Linux Commands cat View a file Ex: cat filename cmp Compare two files. cut Remove sections from each line of files. diff Show the differences between files. Ex: diff file1 file2 : Find differences between file1 & file2. echo Display a line of text.
  • 18. Linux File Management and Viewing Linux Commands grep List all files with the specified expression. (grep pattern <filename/directorypath>) Ex: ls –l |grep sidbi : List all lines with a sidbi in them. Ex: grep " R " : Search for R with a space on each side sleep Delay for a specified amount of time. sort Sort a file alphabetically. uniq Remove duplicate lines from a sorted file. wc Count lines, words, characters in a file. (wc –c/w/l <filename>).
  • 19. This presentation is created using LibreOffice Writer 4.1.0.4 available freely under GNU public license. Thank you