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 ====== Daily used Linux commands ====== ====== Daily used Linux commands ======
-After the start of our SliTaz base (see here) we did [[login]] and see now, following a Welcome message, a [[prompt]] ​folling a short indication:+After starting ​our SliTaz base (see [[newbie#​training|here]]) we [[logged on]] and can see now, following a Welcome message, a short command line  ​[[prompt]]:
 <​file>​tux@dolilive:​~$ _</​file>​ <​file>​tux@dolilive:​~$ _</​file>​
-We can immediately understand who is doing where:+Now we can immediately ​start to understand who is doing what
-    * **tux** is my [[login]] +    * **tux**is my [[login ​name]] 
-    * **@** as I am "​at"​, read the next... +    * **@**, is where I am "​at"​  
-    * **dolilive** ​somewhat ​//like do_Linux_live//​ +    * **dolilive**, something ​//like do_Linux_live//​ 
-    * **:** what we will do is awaiting at the [[prompt]] and it will be active ​here (in absence of some concrete objectthat would redefine the destination): +    * **:**what we chose to do is awaiting ​us at the [[prompt]] and it will be actived ​here (in absence of some concrete object that would redefine the destination) 
-    * **~** in my «home» (**~** is the symbol for the home of the user logged in!)+    * **~**, is my «home» (**~** is the symbol for the home directory ​of the user logged in!)
-<note warning>​warning:​ **~** depends ​from the right you actually have:</​note>​+<note warning>​warning:​ **~** depends ​on the administrative rights ​you actually have</​note>​
-If you are really ​//​root//, ​all data beeing automatic registered ​will be registered in the special directory ///root//. The tree of main directory is also named //root of the file system//​. ​His symbol is the first sign that you see in all paths! It is not possible to unbind the //root of the file system// and the main directory //root// used by the administrator //root// for his administrative ​transactions! This directory ///root// is as far a special directory for ex. as is has to be in the same partition as the try of main directories!+If you are //​root//, ​any data will be automatically ​registered in the special directory ///root//. The tree of the main directory is also named the //root of the file system//​. ​The symbol ​is the first sign that you see alone or in the first place of all the other paths! It is not possible to unbind the //root of the file system// and the main directory //​root// ​is used by the administrator //root// for all of their transactions! This directory ///root// is a special directory ​as for example ​as it has to be in the same partition as the tree of main directories ​as well as hold the contents of the first level
-The //home// of users is logged ​in the main directory ///home//. The //home// of users  is a subdirectory in //home//! The path see as follow:+The //home// of users is a subdirectory ​in the main directory ///home//! The path is as follows:
 <​file>/​home/​tux</​file>​ <​file>/​home/​tux</​file>​
-(//tux// can be defined ​diffenrently ​at the installation if you don'​t ​like to be a Tux! In such a case the path would be: **/​home/​SomeWhatYouWillBe**). Boththe content ​of //home// as well as the content ​of //​SomeWhatYouWillBe//​ can be logged ​in a separate partition. The automatic ​//installer// in the //SliTaz Panel// help you to do that if you wish it!)+tux can be defined ​differently ​at the installation if you don'​t ​want to be called tux! In such a case the path would be: **/​home/​SomeWhatYouWillBe**. Both the contents ​of homeas well as the contents ​of //​SomeWhatYouWillBe//​ can also be contained ​in a separate partition. The automatic installer in the SliTaz Panel can help you to do that if you wish
-We enter at the prompt our first command: ​+We can enter now at the prompt our first command: ​
 ===== ls ===== ===== ls =====
 +__You don't need to exit__
 +**ls** is a command to list files located in the actual directory. Adding parameters and/or paths it can do that in each directory where you have the rights and can do more than just showing the file names. ​
 +Please test:
 +    * ls --help
 +(more? see [[http://​​wiki/​Ls|here]])
 +And test now please:
 +    * ls /usr/bin
 +===== See Also =====
 +[[en:​handbook:​start|The SliTaz Handbook]]
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