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can someone help me please
determine the commands allowing to carry out the following actions
list contents of passwd file
list current directory contents
list the current directory in detail
list files in /user
check if root user is logged in or not
reer three directories of dos1 dos2 dos3 in one command
create file in dos1 and name file1 and file2 in doss2
copy contents of dos2 to dos3
display the contents of dos3 with a detailed way
rename file file2 to file33
delete file33
give 3 ways to read /passwd file
give the command to create the users usr1 usr2 usr3
give the command to switch from one user to another
give the command to create a group
create two groups group1 group2
place the two users usr1 and usr2 in groupe1
place user "u3" in group "group2"
In your current directory, type the command that allows you to check this directory
Create a file " Ista1 " "ista1 " "Ista2" "ista2"
List all files that end in 2
List all files that start with I
Create 2 users MIR and RIM and give them a password to access
Give the command to search in the result of another file
List the contents of the root
Write the command that allows the rights of a user to be changed
Give the command to list the last five lines of a file;txt

Write the command which allows to add to an existing file the date and their system​
 


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You should be studying this. And making sure you understand the concepts.
 

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We don't do homework.
I replied to another thread with practically the exact wording (about 10 minutes before), but it looks like it disappeared. Edit: found it and reported for spamming.
 

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Computer says No.

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