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Part 1: Using the Linux Shell
# Issue the following command: <span style="color:blue;font-weight:bold">man man</span><br>How many volume numbers are contained in the man pages (like '''executable commands/programs''', '''games''', or '''system administrator commands''')?<br><br>
# Press the letter <span style="color:blue;font-weight:bold">q</span> to exit the man command.<br><br>
# Issue the Linux command to get help with the commandby issuing: '''<span style="color:blue;font-weight:bold">man ls'''</span><br><br>'''NOTE:''' You can use the following short-cut keys within the man command to <br>help navigate throughout this utility to get help with the ls command (refer to table below):<br><br><table cellpadding="3"><tr><th style="border-bottom: 1px solid black;">Keyboard Shortcut</th><th style="border-bottom: 1px solid black;">Purpose</th></tr><tr><td>'''ENTER'''</td><td>Move down one line</td></tr><tr><td>'''SPACEBAR'''</td><td>Move one screen down</td></tr><tr><td>'''&lt;ctrl&gt;&lt;f&gt;'''</td><td>Move one screen up</td></tr><tr><td>'''/pattern/'''</td><td>Search for Pattern</td></tr><tr><td>'''q'''</td><td>quit man utility</td></tr></table><br>
# Navigate through the man utility for the '''ls''' Linux command and note the option letters that correspond to the following:<br><ul><li>Include directory entries whose names begin with a '''period'''</li><li>List in long ('''detailed''') format</li><li>'''Recursively''' list subdirectories encountered</li><li>'''Sort''' files by size</li><li>Display a '''forward slash''' (`/') immediately after each pathname that is a directory</li></ul><br>
# Exit the man utility for the ls command.<br><br>

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