Lesson 11-Locating, Printing, and Archiving User Files. Overview. Creating a long file. Splitting long files. Locating files with find. Printing a file. Archiving files. Creating a Long File. The “ls –R ~” command is used to list all the files contained in the user’s home directory.
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Splitting Long Files into Pieces
Reassembling the files:
Command Line Interpretation find Utility
Using the find Utility to Locate Files by Owner
Any of the following commands can be used to print multiple copies of a file:
Copying a file to and from a floppy:
Copying a file to and from a floppy (continued):
Removing files and directories from a floppy:
Formatting a floppy disk:
Extracting files from an archive: