A variety of topics related to UNIX file system structure, navigation, and daily use are covered in this chapter, including:
Absolute and relative path names
File name expansion and wild cards
Several commands including: pwd, cd, chmod, cp, mv, mkdir, rm, rmdir
Examples of using many commands
The best place to begin discussing permissions is by issuing the ls command, which lists the contents of directories. Permissions are the means by which files and directories are made secure on your UNIX system. Because UNIX ...