[Video Series] Kali Linux Command Line [PT. 3] – Working with Files

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This video module is a brief overview of the most common commands to work with files:

 

Commands Like “file, touch, cp, rm, mv/rename” for creating new files, editing, copying, removing and moving/renaming.

In the next section, I will talk about the most important part of the Kali Linux command line: MAN PAGES

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  1. If the program you want to install is present in the directory of the local packages you can just write the sudo apt-get install package-name(program name).

    The command installs the package called as well as any other packages (called dependencies) which would be required for the main package to function. The actual packages are pulled in from repositories which may be looked upon as a collection of packages with an informative index file detailing which packages they include.
    If the package is not present it will download it from the internet or you may first write sudo apt-get update.

    Hope it helps.

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