Linux Basics

61 / 107


Every program or command is a sequence of instructions stored as a file. You run it on the shell or by any other means such as double clicking it from user interface.
When it is run, the content of the program is read from file and loaded into the memory and then instructions are executed by operating system.
All the commands that we have been using like ls, cat are program.

No hints are availble for this assesment

Answer is not availble for this assesment

Loading comments...