Ipilẹ Lainos Pàṣẹ Pé Kí on Lainos ati Windows Operating Systems

This writing is useful for those that wish to get started with Linux commands. Here you will find the most common commands that are used in Linux.

If you would like to run Linux commands on Windows then install Cygwin. Cygwin is a Linux layer on top of Windows that allows you to use Linux commands in Windows.

Ti o ba ti o ba fi sori Cygwin on Windows ki o si awọn aiyipada ona nigbati o ba bẹrẹ awọn Cygwin ebute yoo jẹ:

C:\cygwin64\home\{username}

 

Ṣẹda titun bọtini akọsilẹ faili apẹẹrẹ

touch textfile.txt

 

Change liana

cd {directory path\name}

 

List directory content in long format ( -l ) including hidden files and directories ( -a )

ls -l -a

ls -al

 

Order files and directories by the time they were last modified

ls -t

 

List directory with pause and scrolling

ls -l | less

 

Fi ipo lọwọlọwọ (print working directory)

pwd

 

Jade kẹhin 100 ọrọ ti a faili

tail -100 {filename.extension}

 

Jade akọkọ 100 awọn ori ila ti a faili

head -100 {filename.extension}

 

Da a faili

cp {source} {destination}

 

Gbe faili kan

mv {source} {destination}

 

Ṣe a titun liana

mkdir {new directory name}

 

Pa faili

rm {filename}

 

Delete an empty directory

rmdir {directory to remove}
rm -d{directory to remove}

 

Delete directory and its contents

rm -r {directory to remove}
rm -R{directory to remove}

 

To awọn awọn akoonu ti a faili

sort {filename to sort}

 

Yọ àdáwòkọ titẹ sii ni a faili

uniq {filename to remove duplicates}

 

Compress awọn faili

gzip {filename}

 

Compress liana

gzip -r {directory name}

 

Ka awọn nọmba ti awọn ori ila ati awọn ọrọ ni a text faili

wc {filename}

 

Search text within files for matching string pattern (case sensitive)

grep 'word' {filename}

 

Search text within files for matching string pattern (case insensitive)

grep -i 'word' {filename}

 

Search with a directory

grep -R Arctic /home/ccuser/workspace/geography

 

Àpapọ akoonu ti a ọrọ faili

cat

 

sed stream editor (similar to find and replace)

sed 's/snow/rain/' forests.txt

 

Yi faili ati liana awọn igbanilaaye

chmod {options} {permissions} {filename}

 

Akojö to šẹšẹ ase lo

history

 

Laifọwọyi seto awọn iṣẹ-ṣiṣe

cron
crontab

 

Change faili awọn igbanilaaye

chmod {permission number} {some file or directory}
chmod 777 /storage

 

Yi recursive faili awọn igbanilaaye

chmod -R {permission number} {some file or directory}

 

 

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