Commit 21134f1d authored by Sergio Coronado's avatar Sergio Coronado
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## Discover your surroundings
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1. In which folder am I? (Hint: pwd)
2. What is the contents of the current folder? (Hint: ls)
3. Creating my first file (Hint: touch)
4. Creating my first folder (Hint: mkdir)
5. How do I enter my folder? (Hint: cd)
6. Moving my first file to the new folder (Hint: mv)
7. Copying **** (Hint: cp)
* In which folder am I? (Hint: pwd)
* What is the contents of the current folder? (Hint: ls)
* Creating my first file (Hint: touch)
* Creating my first folder (Hint: mkdir)
* How do I enter my folder? (Hint: cd)
* Moving my first file to the new folder (Hint: mv)
* Copying **** (Hint: cp)
## Learn more about any *nix command
***
1. Go to your home folder (Hint: cd <no arguments>)
2. Are there any hidden files in my home folder? (Hint: man ls)
3. How do I get such nice documentation for other unix commands? (Hint: man <mycommand>)
* Go to your home folder (Hint: cd <no arguments>)
* Are there any hidden files in my home folder? (Hint: man ls)
* How do I get such nice documentation for other unix commands? (Hint: man <mycommand>)
## Copy files to the VM or from the VM (only using console!!)
***
1. Logout of the VM (Hint: logout)
2. Go to training folder (./linux-training) (Hint: cd)
3. Copy file1.txt to “my first folder” on the VM (Hint: scp –P 8022 first.lastname@1079.2.191:/myfirstfolder/)
* Logout of the VM (Hint: logout)
* Go to training folder (./linux-training) (Hint: cd)
* Copy file1.txt to “my first folder” on the VM (Hint: scp –P 8022 first.lastname@1079.2.191:/myfirstfolder/)
## Start a simple program:
***
1. Intro to command, parameters
2. How to zip my folder? Unzip?
3. wget -> untar -> changes -> re-pack
* Intro to command, parameters
* How to zip my folder? Unzip?
* wget -> untar -> changes -> re-pack
## Text editor
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## Basic git (source control)
***
1. add
2. commit
3. push
4. pull
* add
* commit
* push
* pull
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