Linux for Programmers #2 | Linux Filesystem and Common Commands
In this continuation of the Linux for programmers series, Tim (from Tech With Tim) will be walking through the Linux File System and showing some common Linux commands. This video will include basics like the “ls” command, “cd” command, “touch” command, helpful keyboard shortcuts, and more.
0:00 – Intro
0:37 – ls Command
2:44 – cd Command
5:22 – Linux Directories
9:02 – clear Command
9:24 – Helpful Shortcuts
10:55 – mkdir Command
11:27 – touch Command
11:56 – pwd Command
12:16 – cat Command
15:45 – mv Command
17:01 – cp Command
17:37 – rm Command
19:00 – rmdir Command
21:51 – find Command
24:25 – Outro
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