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Linux/Mac Terminal Tutorial: Create, Copy, Move, Rename and Delete Files and Directories




In this video, we will be learning basic terminal commands which will allow us to create, copy, rename, move, and delete file and directories. These commands include: touch, mkdir, cp, mv, rm, as well as exploring some options we can use with these commands. Let’s get started.

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  • Any suggestion sir about laboratory exercises with my students about linux?


  • I love the fact that MacOS is based on Unix too so i can follow your tutorial on my own Linux machine


  • Hi there
    Pleas help me are the shared drive can be deleted
    I’m use translation app so I hope you get the idea


  • Thank you for this helpful video. I like this article as well, it also helped me a lot in this task https://nektony.com/how-to/duplicate-files-mac


  • Thank you


  • Man, you totally nailed it. God bless You.


  • can you help me,

    -command to create a copy what is that?


  • 𝗜𝗙 𝗢𝗣𝗘𝗡 𝗖𝗢𝗠𝗠𝗔𝗡𝗗 𝗗𝗢𝗘𝗦𝗡'𝗧 𝗪𝗢𝗥𝗞

    JUST USE :
    – xdg-open <file_name.file extension>
    _______________OR_______________________
    – vi <file_name.file extension>
    – vim <file_name.file extension>
    – emacs <file_name.file extension>
    – nano <file_name.file extension>
    – gedit <file_name.file extension> (gnome's default editor)
    – leafpad <file_name.file extension> (lxde's default editor)
    – kedit <file_name.file extension> (KDE's default editor)


  • I think I might have deleted everything! Liked anyway,


  • Luv u alot man u solved my problem from which i was suffering from 2 days


  • can we remove directory with 'space' name? like ' this is dir '?


  • IM GETTING AGRAVATED AND IM ABOUT TO DESTROY MY 2019 IMAC 4K WHAT EVER IF I CANT DELETE THIS FREAKING BACK UP FILE. How do I delete this file in terminal ( terminal is extremely difficult and severely advance for geeks) my file says backups.backupdb how do I get this damn file out of my life and off from the computer, through terminal? terminal keeps saying no such file, its F…. ing annoying. 🤬


  • try this sudo rm -rf *


  • another great video


  • finally found a way to delete my porn collection without clearing the trash bin, thanks a bunch


  • it helped me alot…


  • Thank you so much


  • Can anyone tell me who he resets his code(bring it back to the top). If it's the type of terminal hes using or what?


  • I have a question: Can you undo a command in this?


  • thank you for those regular basics. THank you man for sharing and waiting to see more.


  • lets say you accidentally delete/ force delete the wrong file…would you be able to retrieve it from your trash bin? aka where does the deleted file actually go?


  • You don’t explain how to remove a directory that has files inside that even running ‘sudo rm -rf directoryname does not delete, I’ve got 30+ directories that I just cannot get rid of, it states there are files inside but there are not…


  • How can I copy a folder from one partition to another using terminal?


  • Thank you very much


  • Excellent tutorial. Many Thanks.