As above can I turn Case Sensitivity off for terminal in linux?
No. Case sensitivity is not a property of the terminal. It's not even a property of the shell. When it comes to file names, it's a property of the filesystem: you can have a file called
Unix generally uses lowercase all around anyway. So most of the time you just need to refrain from using the Shift key.
When you mount external filesystems that some OSes treat as case-insensitive, you can control whether Linux should treat them as case-insensitive too, by specifying the right option when mounting (see the
If you use zsh, you can configure it for case insensitive completion in various ways (for example, if you type
No you can not since filenames and programs then could be duplicates of eachother. The structure of Linux and the filesystem would not allow for proper execution.
For example if the