The terminal of Linux

Coding (Linux)

Apr 11, 2016

Let's have a first sight of the Linux terminal and PWD command
 
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To manage your files in Linux you can either use:

 

 


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  • GUI (Graphical User Interface)

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  • CLI (Command Line Interface)


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There are two way to lauch the terminal

 

 

go to the dash and louch the terminal or press the button CTRL + ALT + T.

 

 

Once you launch the CLI  you would find something as:

 

 

nico @ yourpc : ~ $

 

 

they are the username of the currently user the name of the host, and after the separator which is the colon (:) there is the working directory and the symbol of the user

 

 

$ for regular user

 

 

# for root user

 

 

One of the first command to learn in Linux is the pwd (print working directory) that shows the full path of the directory 

 

 

 
 
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