The Linux Command-Line (WIP)

Purpose

This lesson provides an introduction to the Linux command-line.

Learning Material

Read through the ten lessons at linuxcommand.com. Note that most of the discussion applies, to some degree, to macOS as well.

Exercises

To learn as much as possible from these exercises, write your responses before revealing the provided answers. If any exercises seem irrelevant, you can skip them and instead write a justification as to why they are unimportant. These justifications will help us improve the lesson for future students.

Exercise 1

Write a cheat sheet with all of the new commands you learned.

Continuous Lesson Improvement

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