While it may seem antiquated in this day and age of modern operating systems, the command line remains the most flexible and powerful way to perform tasks in Linux. In the first part of our command line series, we discussed some of the very basics of the Linux command line including directory navigation, file/directory operations and search.
In this follow up article we build on that as we go deeper to discuss file metadata, permissions, timestamps, some new tools like tee, Vim, and more.
Read: A Beginner's Guide to the Linux Command Line, Part II
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