- Dec 11, 2019
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True but once you learn the basics of Linux a lot other things that you don't know know around Linux become easier, let met give you an example. I have always been used to the following commands when using Debian: apt-get, apt-cache etc. Then a new wrapper command for those commands came out with just one command and sub commands called apt. Some years later Flatpaks(and Snaps) came out now thanks to my knowledge on how to use package managers I was easily able to the the flatpak command without having to really learn anything but just apply what I already new with a few adjustments in the differences from what I already knew. It's not like you're constantly spending time learning things you don't already since most of the stuff is built on the basics.But I still stick with my premise "no matter how proficient you are [or think you are] you will never stop learning,"