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Guru

Learn Command Line Linux and Code

Whether you want to become a computer genuis or if you're a "computer dummy" and want to make computers less scary, start with Linux. Start simple. Start right here.

Shell Crash Course

Shell 101

Shell 201

Shell 301

Installing Linux & Vrk

Optional free tools: If you want your own Linux PC super media workstation...

  1. Install Ubuntu via these fast instructions on YouTube
  2. Install Vrk and Vubuntu via the commands at verb.ink
  3. Type with correct fingers. Learn here: write.pink/88

About Linux

The Linux command line only requires a bootable Linux USB, such as Ubuntu via unetbootin. It's the best place to begin to understand computer code—basic commands, if-do statements, variables, arrays, functions, and more. Learn it simple in Linux first.

For pretty & colorful diagrams, visit explainshell.com

For more beyond this crash course, visit The Linux Documentation Project at tldp.org

For places to get more help and specific examples, visit Guru/Links

For the official Shell/BASH manual, read the GNU Bash Reference manual

Tips

Ctrl+A select All

Ctrl+X Cut

Ctrl+Z Undo

Ctrl+Shift+Z / Ctrl+Y Redo

Ctrl+T Open a new tab

Ctrl+W Close a tab

Ctrl+LEFT_CLICK Open link in a new tab

In Terminal

Ctrl+Shift+C Copy

Ctrl+Shift+V Paste

Ctrl+Shift+T Open a new tab

Ctrl+Shift+W Close current tab

Ctrl+Shift+W Close a tab