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Old 10-09-2007, 11:23 PM   #1
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ubuntu shell commands

gud day, presently, i downloaded a ubuntu 7.04. Some of my friends told me that this distro is good. Can you give me a URL which leads me to its shell commands because Im planing to create a proxy server out of ubuntu.

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Start with Bash Guide for Beginners

When it comes to the shell, all Linuces are essentially the same
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As pixellany said linux commands are same for all distributions. Only difference is wehen it comes to package management. Here is small linux commands guide which should be able to get you started.

hope this helps


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