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diff [Command]

Command diff diff command shows the differences between two text files (or all files with the same names in two different directories). Syntax diff first_file a second_file Options -a Treat all files as text, …
chgrp [Command]

chgrp [Command]

Command chgrp chgrp command changes the owner group of one or more files. Syntax chgrp group files Options -c displays only files with modified group owner. -f suppress error messages. -v detailed reports on …
Linux, Unix, cli, Command,

cut [Command]

Command cat cat – command copy the file to standard output (screen). View the contents of a file and it is also used for creating a new file with some contents. Syntax cat files …
Linux, Unix, cli, Command,

cp [Command]

Command cp cp – command copies files and directories. Syntax cp source_file destination_file cp source_file destination_directory Options -a preserves all the attributes of a file. -b creates a backup copy before copying the …
Linux, Unix, cli, Command,

cmp [Command]

Command cmp cmp – command performs byte comparison of two files. Syntax cmp file1 file2 Options -l displays the byte number (decimal) and the differing bytes (octal) for each mismatch. -s only returns the …
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chown [Command]

Command chown chown – command changes the owner or group ownership of a file. Syntax chown username:groupname files Options -c displays only files with the change in ownership. -f suppress error messages. -v displays …
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chmod [Command]

Command chmod chmod – command changes the permissions of one or more files. Syntax chmod permissions files Options -c displays only files with changed permissions. -f suppress error messages. -v displays detailed information about …
Linux, Unix, cli, Command,

chgrp [Command]

Command chgrp chgrp – command changes the owner group of one or more files. Syntax chgrp group files Options -c displays only files with modified group owner. -f suppress error messages. -v detailed reports …
Linux, Unix, cli, Command,

cd [Command]

Command cd cd – command changes the current directory. Syntax cd Description The command cd without the directory name changes the current directory to home directory of the user. Otherwise the cd will change …
Linux, Unix, cli, Command,

cat [Command]

Command cat cat – Concatenate files and print on the standard output. Syntax cat Options –b, —number-nonblank Number all nonblank output lines, starting with …