This is generic unix, so it goes something like this:
cd <dir> takes you to a directory.
cp <source> <destination> copies a file from <source> to <destination>
mv <source> <destination> does the same, but moves it.
("UNIX Basics" in the handbook), and
in particular (tells you about the filesystem layout).
On Tue, Jun 15, 2004 at 12:40:07PM -0600, Lloyd Hayes wrote:
> I have the FreeBSD Handbook on a computer hard drive. There isn't any
> mention of the line commands that FreeBSD uses or recognizes in the
> handbook. Where do I find these?
> I just received instructions to find and copy my X-configure file to a
> different directory so that KDE would work. One problem. Under this file
> system, I have no idea how to change directories using line commands. I
> was sent the command for viewing the current directory, but I need the
> syntax for changing to different directories, and for moving and
> copying files to different directories.
> (If you did it every day, simply walking on Mars would be child's play.)
> Lloyd Hayes
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