The most useful terminal commands (Linux, Mac and UNIX)

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Coderslang Master
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Hey there! Long time to talk :)
I hope you’re doing great while learning Full-Stack JavaScript.
Today I’d like to share with you a beginner’s tutorial on the most useful Linux commands.
You’ll learn the most common, cool, and useful console commands that you can run in almost any UNIX-like environment, including Linux and macOS.
Here’s a shortlist:
  • pwd - print working directory
  • cd - change directory
  • ls - list
  • mkdir - create a new directory
  • touch - create a file
  • man - display a manual
Let me know if Linux is something you’d like to learn more about!
P.S. We got the discussion forum! If you have questions about tasks or lectures from my Full-Stack JavaScript course, you can post them on the forum.

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