Where is everyone learning the Linux Command Line from?
I have been through two Online Tutorials from Linux sites, but reading through the forums there is obviously more stuff out there.
on 06/08/2010 – Made popular on 06/08/2010
I've been writing a little awk to do different stuff and learning alot from other guys and their examples but I only know how to run awk from command line entries, so I write them in an editor, copy and paste into a terminal and execute with a return.
I'd like to learn how (in general) to write an awk command line entry into awk scriptsy?
For expert users of Linux and other UNIX-like operating systems, the command line is where the action is. We (they) claim that stuff gets done faster and easier on the command line than pointing and clicking on a fancy graphical interface. While that may, to a very large extend, be true, the command line can [...]
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20 interesting and extremely helpful Linux command line tricks
As you start spending more and more time working on Linux command line, you tend to learn some cool tricks that make your life easy and save you lot of time. I have been working on Linux command line for many years now and I have learned a lot of Linux command line tricks.
Into: I like learning by reading sources. But it's tiring of searching them across internet splited on many many different project sites. I'd love to see central browsable repo with sources of many many apps in one place.
When someone want to find documentation of some Linux tool, best
place is : man toolname.
I used to use cmd back in windows and the command line a used allot was
cls its kind of like the clear command in Linux but it cleans the screen permanently
if you use the clear command it just scroll down.