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19 Absolute Simple Things About Linux Terminal Every Linux User Should Know

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Thank You for the link for terminal and command line.
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Nice article. Helpful. Thanks for sharing.
 

19 Absolute Simple Things About Linux Terminal Every Linux User Should Know
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Hi everyone! Hope you're all having a nice life! :)

I just bumped into this post https://itsfoss.com/basic-terminal-tips-ubuntu/ while checking my feed, and thought of sharing here, since it's a good reading for new and those not so new Linux users as well. An excerpt:
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    Different terminal applications (properly called terminal emulators) look different, have slightly different functions and features (like different keyboard shortcuts, color combination, fonts etc).
Though the post focuses on Ubuntu and Gnome terminal, there are a few good tips that can be used in any other DE/distro/terminal.
Without each others help there ain't no hope for us :)
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