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Learn Linux in a Month of Lunches by Steven Ovadia

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Chapter 16. Establishing a workflow

By this time, you should be starting to put the pieces of your Linux system together. You can now:

  • Find and install software.
  • Use Unity’s GUI to interact with your system.
  • Use the terminal to create, move, copy, and delete files.
  • Understand how your computer’s filesystem is organized and how the various files control different aspects of your system.
  • Run Windows programs within your system.

In other words, you have a sense of how you like to work in Linux. You probably even have a preferred text editor! This next part is going to show you how to really make your system your own. We’re going to discuss two concepts today:

  • File/application launchers— Tools to help you quickly open files and launch ...

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