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    Re: Linux Command Line Learning Resources

    Just permanently abandoned Windows, at least I hop so

    Being struggling with Linux commands. Thanks for the helpful resources!

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    Please use this thread for discussion regarding

    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CommandLineResources

    The old thread detailing this can be found at http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1909108

    Thank you.

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    Re: Linux Command Line Learning Resources

    Quote Originally Posted by journeyhome View Post
    Just permanently abandoned Windows, at least I hop so

    Being struggling with Linux commands. Thanks for the helpful resources!
    First off, welcome to the Ubuntu forums! I remember when I abandoned Windows and at first I was very apprehensive....that is until I found this forum. Sit back, relax, and know that you have a ton of smart people reading and answering questions all day! You're in good hands and the the Linux commands will come with practice.

    Again, I remember what it was like when I first started and just remember even the experts started out as newbies.

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    Re: Linux Command Line Learning Resources

    Welcome aboard, "Journeyhome!"

    I'll be honest, learning the command line is difficult. There is so much information to memorise. However, command line tools are so much more convenient than using a GUI.
    It is much quicker to type a couple of commands to do something, instead of searching the system for the graphical equivalent.
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    Re: Linux Command Line Learning Resources

    Quote Originally Posted by kevinleeone View Post
    Very nice introduction to CLI!!
    Welcome to the Ubuntu Forums! Here I am positive you will find a great learning environment provided by posters throughout the World! I am sure the more that you visit this site the more that you will fall in love with the wonders of what is Ubuntu!

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    Re: Linux Command Line Learning Resources

    For anyone who is interested... CLI Companion actually works in Precise.
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    Re: Linux Command Line Learning Resources

    If you're an Android user, there are apps for JUST THIS type of learning. They are more of supplements to what's already posted here. Here are a few that I use:

    Linux Command List
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...nuxCommandList

    Linux Commands
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...9tbWFuZHMiXQ..

    Also, you should be able to get a Terminal Emulator, then install Busy Box (root only) and practice many of the commands.

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    Re: Linux Command Line Learning Resources

    hello all, i know this section is a little old, however i just wanted to implement my input on another site that has been quite resourceful to me, and it is ss64.com commandline reference.. it includes basic commandline commands from unix to macintosh, i have used this sit in particular along with FOSSWIRE to compile a binder that has commandline references for whenever im in a cross-platform enviroment.. peace.
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    Re: Linux Command Line Learning Resources

    Has anyone ever made a prioritized list? Most common or most useful commands first? That could be an effective learning tool.

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    Re: Linux Command Line Learning Resources

    I dunno. If you use the command line often enough you pick it up.
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    Re: Linux Command Line Learning Resources

    I find a lot of information on IBM's Developer Network site to be useful:

    http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/ai...ine/index.html

    This is the first of over a dozen or so articles that they call "Speaking Unix". I like the examples and explanations they have which go beyond some of the otherwise rather terse manpage texts.

    You may want to check whether all this works with Ubuntu/Linux, though, because they mainly talk about AIX. But so far I've had no problems at all in that respect.

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