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The command line operates differently than a desktop File Manager.
In a File Manager, you can display files as icons that you can click on and move, and you can select commands from menus. The following section explains the commands for creating, listing, copying, moving, and deleting files.
This section also includes information on how to list the contents of a file and how to determine the nature of a file.
Each of the command descriptions in this section includes an example of how to use the command. Before you experiment with files, make sure that you are in your .
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For detailed information on copying files, see the man page cp(1).
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Your system administrator established this directory for you at your account creation.
To avoid changes to parts of your system that other users expect to remain unchanged, perform the following tasks in your home directory.
It uses a name matching mechanism similar to the UNIX ls command or the Windows (DOS) dir command, to return a list of names that match a pattern.