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Linux Terminal Tutorial - Basic Terminal Commands (Ubuntu , Linux Mint , Debian ..) - Learn Online

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20 comments

  1. Very useful. Thank you so much.

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  2. Thank for posting this tutorial. I have never used Linux or that ubuntu terminal before and I need to know how to get started with it. Someone told me that the commands were Python. Thanks you helped me find out that I was lied to.

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  3. are you Num from Dragon Ball?

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  4. You are the best dude!

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  5. pwd stands for "print working directory".

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  6. Your Barber Did You Dirty1 March 2017 at 15:15

    i love ur accent

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  7. can barely hear you...

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  8. cd stands for Change Directory

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  9. that was a very good tutorial Thankyou. linux mint is the shit btw c:

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  10. Pranil Bhandari1 March 2017 at 15:15

    easy to understand and i can follow with you opening terminal together , so so nice love it

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  11. Good tutorial

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  12. Thank you..Great help..

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  13. I am a student and you had helped a lot in my computer subject so thank you so much :)

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  14. CD means change directory (folder), NOT current directory.

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  15. CD stands for "Current Working Directory"? LOL. Do you make the abbreviation by yourself?
    It means Change directory.

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  16. takes me back to my DOS days :D Deletree!

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  17. +Wang Jia 
    try the manual of a command, it explains the syntax and how this command works (man nano)
    in your case you should just type: nano DIRECTORY_OF_YOUR_FILE/your_file
    linux is case-sensitive so if your file is called 'FiLe.tXt' then you have to write like 'nano FiLe.tXt' 
    if you write it lower case it won't recognize this file and create a new blank file

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  18. Hello, thank you so much for this helpful tutorial. I just recently moved from windows to ubuntu and the operating system is very fascinating to me. When I input nano hw into my terminal, I got a blank screen. However, if I go to the folder and click on the file with my mouse I can see the content of the document "hello world." Did I do something wrong?

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