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  1. Very useful. Thank you so much.

  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.

  3. are you Num from Dragon Ball?

  4. You are the best dude!

  5. pwd stands for "print working directory".

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

    i love ur accent

  7. can barely hear you...

  8. cd stands for Change Directory

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

  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

  11. Good tutorial

  12. Thank you..Great help..

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

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

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

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

  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

  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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