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Linux/ Unix Bash Shell: Navigating the File Tree

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Learn how to navigate the file tree with the shell.

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1. Use pwd to print the current working directory

2. Use ls to list a directory's contents

3. Use cd to change to a new directory

4. Use wildcards instead of typing out long directory names

5. Use ../ to move backward one level

6. Use the ~ symbol as a reference to the home folder

7. Use cd without an parameters to go home

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