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SAMS Teach Yourself Unix in 10 Minutes by Robert Shimonski

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Summary

In this lesson you learned more file management skills, which will serve as building blocks for the next few chapters in which you will learn to read and edit files.

At this point, you should be able to log into your Unix system and manage the locally stored data on it, and to move, copy, and delete data files.

In the next lesson we will learn how to read files and continue to build our Unix file management and navigational skills so that you can work with Unix more productively.

In this lesson you learned a set of flexible set of Unix commands that will allow you to manage the data stored on your system.

The following is a quick review of this lesson:

  • touch— The touch command sets the modification date of the file to the current time. ...

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