Re: Newbie confusion
Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2003 02:41:05 GMT
On Wed, 10 Dec 2003 02:20:19 GMT, RIck S. wrote:
> How do I access my drives to see what's on them from the GUI or the
> terminal? I can't find a filemanager. In the old DOS days I just went:
> DIR or DIR/P
> and then I could execute a program from there. How do you do this in Linux?
You click up a console/terminal and use ls
man ls for switches.
when looking for commands:
man -k keyword_here
man man to understand the (n) column
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