Learning Command Line

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    How literal can u get? Patently, Jeremy Johnson is referring to Ubuntu in his 2nd sentence. It amazes me that you think he's referring to a different O.S. And why r u so nasty?


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    With all the Ubuntu help out there, is there some law that a post-er must post every day, or whatever? Phedup
     
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    Jeremy mentioned only Linux OS in his 2nd sentence. Patently, he's referring to that subject. Where in his post do you find another OS mentioned? And why r u so nasty?

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    You are so helpful and encouraging. Thank you.
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    Excuse you?
     
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    He's not.
     
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    Basically, learn Navigation, adding or deleting files, file permissions, and very importantly learn your Distro's Package Manager.

    Be aware of the main branches of Linux that have different Package Manager systems for installing programs and dependencies. From my knowledge, these include Debian, RedHat, Slackware, and gradually Arch/Manjaro is getting more notice.
     
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