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Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by AjayThakur3, Feb 4, 2019.
can I use the terminal for learning Linux?
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You can use the Terminal for using some of Linux but not all of it.https://www.linuxinsider.com/story/84356.html
Yes I did.
this course is $12 and was pretty informative. I would say the terminal tends to be more functional than a desktop environment most of the time for me as a sysadmin. my go to tools are primarily terminal based, vim, nmap, tshark, genact(when i need to pretend to be busy)
Everything I do at work is pertaining to Linux.. everything I do at work I do in a terminal.. other than things we outsource like setting dns, etc.. which is all in a browser... or mail, etc..
There's a great ebook in my sig for $2.99 (yep, plug) which you should learn a bit, but i'd agree w/ the udemy course.. and really just getting access to a linux terminal and poking around.
You can learn about the terminal by using Linux; you can't access it unless you're on Linux, right? And then you'll learn how your Linux works by using the terminal. I don't know exactly what you mean but if I'm understandig right, you want to learn some basic commands? Then I'd recommend this book which is great http://www.linuxzasve.com/preuzimanje/TLCL-09.12.pdf Want to learn about Linux system file structure? Check this site
https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/linux-file-hierarchy-structure/ and/or read here http://www.uobabylon.edu.iq/eprints/publication_10_17374_189.pdf What is Linux anyway? click here https://www.linux.com/what-is-linux Want to know about different Linux distros out there? distrowatch can help https://distrowatch.com/ Finally, if you want to learn about Linux google is a good start https://www.google.co.ve/search?q=l...69i60l2j0l2.4031j0j4&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
Hope this helps!