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A Practical Guide to Red Hat® Linux® 8 by Mark G. Sobell

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Chapter 3. Introduction to the GNU/Linux Utilities

IN THIS CHAPTER

Working with Files

| (Pipe): Communicates between Processes

Four More Utilities

Compressing and Archiving a File

Locating Commands

Obtaining User and System Information

Communicating with Other Users

E-Mail

The GNU/Linux utility programs allow you to work with GNU/Linux and manipulate the files you create. Chapter 2 introduced the shell, the most important GNU/Linux utility program, and passwd, the utility that changes your password. Chapter 2 also introduced some of the utilities you can use to create and manipulate files: ls, cat, less, more, and rm. This chapter describes several other file manipulation utilities, as well as utilities that find out who is logged in; communicate with ...

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