Learning Basic Linux Commands

Posted on June 4th, 2007 in Linux by jed

759479 rockhopper penguinThis week the Slashdot Poll is about least favorite cliches, and one of the missing poll options that we aren’t supposed to complain about is “This is the year of Linux desktop.” Even if it isn’t, there are certainly more reasons to start experimenting with Linux than ever, and there are more new people to Linux than there ever have been. While there are lots of resources out there for learning some of the basics and getting started, sometimes you just need a reminder while actually doing stuff about what is what. Codejacked has written yet another great article that lists a few commands that can help remind you. This is an article about commands that give you information about commands, and it is an excellent resource for newbies and experienced users alike.

Learning Linux Commands [Codejacked]

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