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When you are done using the Internet, log out from your UNIX account Type exit or logout, or press CTRL-D The UNIX system logs you off, and if you are connected on a dial-up phone line, it hangs up the phone connection
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UNIX systems have hierarchical (tree-structured) directories (folders) like Windows and Mac systems One directory is the current directory, the directory where you are working All commands refer to that directory unless you specify otherwise by including other information on the command line after the command When you log into your account, in the current directory is your home (starting) directory and you can give commands to move to other directories (as described in Changing the Current Directory later in this section) Check your web server instructions to find out what directory your web pages are stored in
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To see a list of the files in the current directory, type ls and press ENTER You see a listing like this one:
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The items files and other directories that are contained in the current directory are in alphabetical order down each column (UNIX feels that capital letters come before lowercase letters) To see more information about the items in the current directory, add the -l option to the ls command, like this:
ls -l
You get a more detailed listing like this one:
drwx------rw-------rw-rw-rwdrwxr-xr-x -rw-r--r--rw-r--r-drwxr-xr-x 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 margy margy margy margy margy margy margy book book book book book book book 512 119487 0 512 1538 1538 512 Feb 9 1998 Mail Aug 31 21:35 Mailbox Aug 20 14:55 Mailboxlock Feb 9 1998 images Jun 6 11:20 indexhtml Jun 6 11:20 orderformhtml Mar 3 14:28 net101
For each item, you see I Permissions For example, drwxrwxr-x If the first character is d, the item is a directory; otherwise it is a file The rest of the characters indicate who has permission to read, write, and execute the file See the section Changing File Permissions later in this chapter I Owner For example, margy Each file and directory has one individual owner, usually the person who created the file I Group owner For example, book Each file and directory is also owned by a group See the section Changing File Permissions later in this chapter I Size For example, 512 The file size is shown in bytes I Date and time last modified For example, Mar 3 14:28 The date and time this file was
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Changing the Current Directory
To move to a directory (perhaps one you notice listed by the ls command), type chdir or cd, followed by a space and the name of the directory to move to For example, to move to a directory named web, you d type cd web To move back to your home directory, type chdir or cd with no directory name To find out the full name of the current directory, type pwd (print working directory)
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To rename a file in the current directory, type mv (short for move ), followed by a space, the current filename, another space, and the new filename For example, to rename budgethtml as budget2004html, you d type
mv budgethtml budget2004html
If you want to make a copy of a file in a directory, use the cp (copy) command, specifying the name of the file you want to copy and the name to give the new file For example, to copy budgetjan04html as budgetfeb04html, you d type
cp budgetjan04html budgetfeb04html
If there is already a file with the name that you want to use for the copy, you can inadvertently delete the file by that name Before copying, make sure that there is no file with the name you want to use for the copy To delete a file you never want to see again, use the rm (remove) command Type rm followed by a space and the name of the file you want to delete UNIX doesn t confirm the deletion; UNIX just does it, so watch out Once you delete a file, there is no way to get it back Very few UNIX systems have recycle bins or other methods of retrieving deleted files The command to avoid is rm (which deletes all the files in the current directory) To see what s in a file, you can use the more command The more command works only for text files: if the file contains nontext information, you ll see garbage To display a text file on the screen, type more, a space, and the filename UNIX displays one screenful of information and then pauses To see the next screenful, press SPACEBAR To cancel the rest of the listing, press q (lowercase)
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