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ftp

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mv

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more

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replace

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10) Unix Complete Material – Overview

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12) Basic UNIX Commands

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14) Processes in UNIX

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16) UNIX Overview

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18) UNIX commands for DOS users

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20) Killing processes in Unix / Linux

21) Running Big Jobs Politely in Unix / Linux

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