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
Installing Linux & Vrk
Optional free tools: If you want your own Linux PC super media workstation...
- Install Ubuntu via these fast instructions on YouTube
- Install Vrk and Vubuntu via the commands at verb.ink
- Type with correct fingers. Learn here: write.pink/88
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
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