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Linux Classes

Using cd command to change directory to another directory

 

Using cd command to change directory to another directory.

 

   On Windows system we use to call folder, but on Linux system the folder is not a folder... they are call directory.  The Linux system is base on directory hierarchy that start from root directory... so if you are from Windows worlds... there are no more folder :-) its only directory.  To browse from one directory to another directory using Linux command line, Linux use cd command.  The example below show how to use cd command to go from one directory to another directory on Linux system.

 


Linux Shell Commands

 

Linux Shell Commands.

 

   Linux Shell commands entered on the Linux shell interface consist of words (command) that exist on the system.  These command usually separated by spaces (whitespace) and may be with or without sequent of command options and command arguments.  The example below show Linux command execution with and without command option and command arguments.

 

Example 01 - Linux ls command execute without option and arguments to show contents inside Linux directory:


Basic Linux Command 101

 

Basic Linux Command 101.

 

   The basic Linux Command 101, contains article that you need to better understand about Linux command and the article about Linux command contains on this site.

 

Basic Linux 101 -  The basic things about Linux that you need to know before you can fly…

 

1.  The beginning... the intoduction on using Linux.


How To Install lshw Command When lshw Command Not Found

 

How To Install lshw Command When lshw Command Not Found.

 

   When try to execute lshw command, the error menssage say "-bash: lshw: command not found".  The lshw command is not an built in command and the lshw command is not bundle with your Linux Fedora default installation, that mean you need to install lshw command.  The step by step below show how to install lshw command on Linux Fedora system.

 

1.  Example of error message "-bash: lshw: command not found".


Umount and Eject CD Rom Tray or DVD Rom Tray using Linux eject Command

 

Umount and Eject CD Rom Tray or DVD Rom Tray using Linux eject Command.

 

   How to umount CD or DVD and eject the disk from the CD drive or DVD drive in one go...  On Linux system you can use the eject command to umount and then eject the CD or DVD drive.  The example below show the execution of eject command on Linux Fedora system.  But before you execute eject command to eject CD rom drive tray or eject DVD drive tray, make sure that you not in the mounted path of CD or DVD disk, other wise the eject command give you error message that say something like "device is busy"  ............. 


Control and Using Hardware Device on Linux System using Linux Command

 

Control and Using Hardware Device on Linux System using Linux Command.

 

   The Linux command example below show the list of Linux command that can be use to control and using linux device or use hardware device on Linux system.  The example of Linux command also include the example to mount and to umount the hardware device on Linux system.

 


Linux Builtin Commands

 

List of Linux builtins command on Linux Fedora system.

 

   What are and Why we call these Linux command is the Linux build in command? The answer is simple.  They comes build in inside the Linux shell.  The list of Linux builtin command below comes with the bash shell.  The Linux built in command display here is tested on Linux Fedora system using Bash shell.

 


Check CPU Processor Type Information on Linux Fedora using lshw Command

 

Check CPU Processor Type Information on Linux Fedora using lshw Command

 

   How to check CPU or processor type on Linux system?  Answer:  The step by step lshw command example below show how to check CPU or processor type information on Linux Fedora system without the need to open the computer chasing.  Please note that example below tested on Linux Fedora 10 operating system using the lshw command to show the CPU information and other CPU details...

 


Show Network Interface Card NIC Hardware Properties MAC Address Serial Number lshw Command

 

Show Network Interface Card NIC Hardware Properties including MAC Address Serial Number using lshw Command.

 

   Show network interface card hardware properties on Linux fedora using lshw command.  The step by step command example below demonstrate how to use Linux lshw command to show network interface card hardware properties including the network card mac address / network card serial number, network card vendor and product type (network card maker) without open your computer casing and poke on the network card hardware him self.

 


Show Hard Disk Storage Device Hardware Details on Linux Fedora using lshw Command

 

Show Hard Disk Storage Device Hardware Details on Linux Fedora using lshw Command

 

   How to check disk properties and how to check and show storage device properties on Linux system? The step by step Linux command example below show example on using lshw command to show Linux system disk properties and storage device properties.  The command example below execute on Linux Fedora 10 system and the output from the lshw command below may vary depends on your Linux system setting.

 


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