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Don-Kelly 06-29-2011 10:09 AM

Can't Lunch Linux Command on Fedora
 
Hello Friends, I am new to linux and my friend recommends i should use Fedora and Ubuntu to learn about Linux but i have no idea on how to Launch the both OS in Command line mode to enable me learn some Linux command Pls. any pal with idea should help.



Tnx.

acid_kewpie 06-29-2011 10:16 AM

just open a terminal from the gnome menu, no need to do anything else.

DavidMcCann 06-29-2011 11:59 AM

The following is a very old book, but commands don't change, so it's worth downloading the PDF:
http://rute.2038bug.com/index.html.gz
The way to learn the command line is just to use it. So long as you back-up files before you change them, you'll come to no harm.

codemaniac 06-29-2011 12:08 PM

Dear friend ,

You can just do a [Alt+F2] then type "terminal" in the popped up box. Launch terminal by hitting enter .

MTK358 06-29-2011 12:51 PM

You don't need to exit the GUI, just open a GUI terminal.

Hevithan 06-29-2011 01:08 PM

As long as PDFs are being tossed out there; This one is a good read:
Linuxcommand.org
Moves as at good speed, and pretty much dives right in. to use a terminal (the command line) click on System (what would be start if it where windows), Accessories, terminal (may also be called GNOME terminal,Xterm, or some other term varient) Hope that helps you out.

acid_kewpie 06-29-2011 01:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MTK358 (Post 4399346)
You don't need to exit the GUI, just open a GUI terminal.

I already said that..? :confused:

frankbell 06-29-2011 08:50 PM

Here are some links you might find useful.

http://linux.about.com/. It's oriented to Ubuntu, but it's full of good info.

http://tille.garrels.be/training/tldp/. Machtelt Garrels Intro to Linux.

http://www.slackbook.org/. Slackware oriented, but excellent on the basics, such as file structure, permissions, and the like.


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