Take a screenshot of every step, paste them in a Word document and label each one with the step number.
2. In Linux, open a terminal and use the command to show the working directory you are in.
3. Use the command to show the contents of the directory.
4. Move to the root directory and use the command to show the working directory to prove you are at the root.
5. Move back into your home directory.
6. Use one of the file creation commands to create a file named it315.txt.
7. Use one of the file commands to add “Hello World!” to the file it315.txt.
8. Use the copy command to create a file newfile.txt that is copied from it315.txt.
9. Create a directory named after your first name.
10. Move newfile.txt into the directory that has your name.
11. Use one of the file commands to add 20 lines of random text to the newfile.txt file.
12. Use the head command to display the first 7 lines of the newfile.txt.
13. Use the tail command to display the last 10 lines of the newfile.txt.
14. Move back to your home folder, and grep the ps -aux command to look for the word grep and send the output to a file named processes.txt
15. Delete the it315.txt file