Linux and Unix filesystems are arranged into a hierarchy like a tree. Everything starts at the root or /. Your files may be separated, even on different hard drives.
Learn How To Mount Devices
Using the mount command will attach a device into your file tree at the location you specify. This program has many options and functions so we will only list a few of the most important items.
Here is another cool way to impress your friends with your command line wizardry. That is if your friends don’t get out very much. Cal is a tiny calendar for the Linux command line interface.
The Command Line Calendar
When used Cal will display a simple calendar in the traditional format on the current month. This is a rather small application without many functions but for a calendar not much is needed. Use the few options below to browse different dates or turn off highlighting.
The program you need to get is TDL to-do list manager. Here we will show you how to create your own to-do lists, and edit them as you choose.
Using tdl from the command line can actually save you much precious time in the long run as it is a fast little program. This little program can actually seem mildly complicated but we will help make it easier to learn.