Working individually you are to create three scripts. These scripts will perform the functions described below.;Script 1;1. Perform a ls -al on the files within the user's home directory and save it to a file called ls.dat within your ~ directory;2. Save the tree information for the /home directory in a file called tree.dat within your ~directory;3. Create a new directory in your home directory called "backups;4. Move the files you just created to the new directory;5. Rename the files that you just moved to "ls.bu" and "tree.bu".;Script 2;1. Ask the user for their name;2. Create a file called "daily.dat" within the home directory;3. Ask the user for a line of text that the system should save to the file;4. Add to the file the line of text entered by the user;5. Ask the user for a second line of text that the system should save to the file;6. Append at the end of the file the line of text entered by the user;7. Create a copy of the file in the directory "backups" within the home directory, renaming the file daily.bu.;Script 3;1. Ask the user for a file's name;2. If the file exists, ask them if they would like to (C)opy, (M)ove, or (D)elete it by choosing C, M, or D;3. If the user chooses C, ask for the destination directory and move it there;4. If the user chooses M, ask for the destination directory and move it there;5. If the user chooses D, delete the file.;For Script 3 ensure that the user enters only C, M, or D, warning them about the mistake if they should enter something else.;You will turn in three shell scripts named "Script1.sh", "Script2.sh", and "Script3.sh". Turn in your assignments on BlackBoard.
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