First, open a terminal window by double clicking on the desktop icon that says “terminal” or the square icon that looks vaguely like a computer monitor at the top of the real screen. Type UNIX commands in this window. You can select text with the mouse, but you can only move the cursor by using the arrow keys and you can only type in the last line. To recall a command you typed in earlier, use the up arrow key until that command appears at the prompt.
Some Commands Include:
101}ls Desktop Library Pictures Documents Movies Public Downloads Music Sites IASViewer Opera 7 Preferences.new pyth 102}
102}cd pyth 103}ls Analysis Goals ToySnakes Analysis Goals & thoughts diveintopython-5.4 FlexibleLineBugs examples & info I_Otests.py old test LineBugs alias test files LinearLineBugs 104}
114}ls Desktop Library Pictures Documents Movies Public Downloads Music Sites IASViewer Opera 7 Preferences.new pyth 115}mkdir A_test_dir 116}ls A_test_dir Library Public Desktop Movies Sites Documents Music pyth Downloads Opera 7 Preferences.new IASViewer Pictures 117}
117}cd A_test_dir/ 118}ls 119}cd ../Public/ 120}ls 1630_0_merged_1181572397.pdf Environment.py Collision_v3.py LineBugs_tm_v3c.py Drop Box Snake_Classes.py 121}cp *.* ../A_test_dir/ 122}cd ../A_test_dir/ 123}ls 1630_0_merged_1181572397.pdf LineBugs_tm_v3c.py Collision_v3.py Snake_Classes.py Environment.py 124}
Note that the directory “Drop Box” was not copied.