Answer the following in the context of the Linux Operating System "Run the following (Linux commands and write the output) i) ln ii) ls iii) ps iv) who v) diff"

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 Certainly! Below are the explanations and example outputs for each of the mentioned Linux commands:

i) `ln` (link):

   - `ln` is used to create hard links and symbolic links.

   - Example: `ln source_file link_name`

   - Output: It creates a link to the source file.

ii) `ls` (list):

   - `ls` is used to list files and directories in a directory.

   - Example: `ls`

   - Output: It displays the list of files and directories in the current directory.

iii) `ps` (process status):

   - `ps` is used to display information about currently running processes.

   - Example: `ps aux`

   - Output: It shows a list of processes, their status, and resource utilization.

iv) `who`:

   - `who` is used to display information about currently logged-in users.

   - Example: `who`

   - Output: It shows a list of users currently logged in, along with their terminal and login time.

v) diff` (difference):

   - `diff` is used to compare two files line by line.

   - Example: `diff file1.txt file2.txt`

   - Output: It displays the lines that differ between the two files.

Note: The specific output for these commands may vary based on the system's current state and the arguments provided. The examples given are general and may need modification based on your system's environment and the files or processes present.

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