Chapter 32. Command Line Masterclass

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Why Use the Shell?

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Basic Commands

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Combining Commands

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Multiple Terminals

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Date and Time

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Capturing Screen Images

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Reference

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In the earlier years of Linux, people made a big fuss of the graphical environments that were available—they rushed to tell new users that you really did not need to keep going back to the command line to type things. Now that Linux is more mature, people accept that the command line is still a reality, and a welcome one. Although the GUI does make life easier for day-to-day tasks, ...

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