- Gary Huynh
Linux wranglers! Welcome back to the good, the bad, and the Linux-y. Our
What is Linux? series has brought us through the
Kernel plains, the
Shell saloons, and the bustling town of
Users and Groups. Now we're heading into the wild and wonderful wilderness of
Directories & Files!
You see, our
Linux town is like an intricate treasure map, filled with chests (
files) and marked paths (
Directories keep our
files neatly arranged, like a meticulous cowboy keeps his spurs and hats. And
files? Well, they're the gold nuggets of our
Linux town, holding valuable data, from simple text to complex programs!
Let's get our hands dirty and dig up some treasures. Time to pull out your trusty shovel, also known as the
ls command, and start digging!
lists out all the treasure chests and paths in our
current location. But wait, where are we on the map? Let's use the
Ah, so that's our current standing spot in the vast Linux terrain!
Feeling adventurous? Let's
create our own path (directory) using the
Now we've got our very own "goldmine" path! And what's a goldmine without some gold? Let's create a gold nugget (
file) using the
Brilliant! You've just struck gold with your very own
nugget.txt in the goldmine!
Linux Directories and Files can be like a wild frontier, but with the right commands, you'll be wrangling files and
navigating directories like a seasoned prospector.
So join us next time, partners, as we delve deeper into the
Linux territory and tackle the thorny issue of
Permissions in our next thrilling installment. Until then, keep on digging, and remember: there's gold in them thar