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Old 06-16-2011, 06:40 PM   #1
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LXer: 7 Linux Shell Tips For Increased Productivity

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Love it or hate it, the command line is here to stay. Sure, there are new options emerging like TermKit but itís unlikely that the command line will ever really go away. Those who take the time to master it can run productivity circles around their peers, but with the astonishing assortment of CLI tools available, where do you even begin? Weíve compiled a few of the most useful tools and tricks into this guide to help new users gain some new knowledge, and old pros learn some new tricks.



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