Need help for Windows cmd commands into Linux terminal commands.
Hi there, Im new to linux and
I understand that the terminal
is the same as the command
prompt of windows. Correct me
if I am wrong please.
I used to create batch files for
compiling certain java programs
that I do in windows. Can
anyone help me translate this
batch file into something
for linux? What is the
equivalent of batch files
for windows in Linux?
Here is the code:
cd c:\Documents and Settings\.....
Id really appreciate for any help
guys. Thank you.
The equivalent of batch files in *nix are shell scripts. You are probably using the Bourne Again SHell (Bash), so you might be interested in http://tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/abs-guide.html
The Bash shell equivalent (untested of course) of your batch file would be:
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