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The Command Line Crash Course Controlling Your Computer From The Terminal

The Command Line Crash Course Controlling Your Computer From The Terminal
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Linux Tutorial - Learn the Bash Command Line Welcome! Ok, so you want to learn how to use the Bash command line interface (terminal) on Unix/Linux. Or, it's part of a subject you're doing and so you're learning it because you have to. Introduction Working through this beginners guide to the Linux command line (BASH) you will be up and running utilising powerful techniques, tips and tricks to make your life easier in no time. Here you will learn the Linux command line (Bash) with our 13 part beginners tutorial. At first, the Linux command line may seem daunting, complex and scary. Unix likes to take the approach of giving you a set of building blocks and then letting you put them together. A question that may have crossed your mind is "Why should I bother learning the command line? Outline This Linux tutorial is divided into 13 sections. You can now jump into section 1 and get started or keep reading below to learn a little more about this tutorial. The Command Line - What is it, how does it work and how do I get to one. Structure Hi.

UNIX / Linux Tutorial for Beginners A beginners guide to the Unix and Linux operating system. Eight simple tutorials which cover the basics of UNIX / Linux commands. Introduction to the UNIX Operating System What is UNIX? Files and processes The Directory Structure Starting an UNIX terminal Tutorial One Listing files and directories Making Directories Changing to a different Directory The directories . and .. Recommended UNIX and Linux books If you wish to continue learning Unix, here is a list of good Unix and Linux books, ranging from beginners to advanced.

Windows PowerShell This documentation is archived and is not being maintained. Updated: August 4, 2014 Applies To: Windows PowerShell 2.0, Windows PowerShell 3.0, Windows PowerShell 4.0, Windows PowerShell 5.0 Windows PowerShell® is a task-based command-line shell and scripting language designed especially for system administration. Windows PowerShell commands, called cmdlets, let you manage the computers from the command line. Windows PowerShell includes the following features: Cmdlets for performing common system administration tasks, such as managing the registry, services, processes, and event logs, and using Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI). Content in this section Related Resources Resources for Windows PowerShell users In addition to the Help available at the command line, the following resources provide more information for users who want to run Windows PowerShell. Windows PowerShell Team Blog. Other Windows PowerShell documentation for Microsoft technologies Windows PowerShell SDK.

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How to Use the Linux Command Line: Basics of CLI | The source for Linux information One shell to rule them all, one shell to find them, one shell to bring them all and in the same distro bind them. Command line is one of the many strengths of Linux based systems. Why is it a strength? There is no one answer; there are many answers. I agree that the graphical user interface (GUI) makes it easier for a user to interact with their system and that's what new users may need to get started with Linux; that's what I needed when I was starting off with Linux back in 2005. CLI also allows users to be independent of distros. But once you understand that in Debian-based systems apt-get or dpkg are the commands that you need to manage software, life becomes easy. When I was dependent on a GUI, I used to get worried whether that particular distro has that feature or not - it was all about certain features being exposed or hidden through the GUI. But that's not all command line does. People tend to think command line is difficult; it's not. Get the shell Basics Commands Moving around

Fighting the Space Between Inline Block Elements By Chris Coyier On I've seen this come up a couple of times lately on Twitter and then an interesting Dabblet so I figured it would be an important thing to document. Here's the deal: a series of inline-block elements formatted like you normally format HTML will have spaces in between them. In other words: <nav><a href="#">One</a><a href="#">Two</a><a href="#">Three</a></nav> Will result in: We often want the elements to butt up against each other. This isn't a "bug" (I don't think). Here's some ways to fight the gap and get inline-block elements sitting directly next to each other. #Remove the spaces The reason you get the spaces is because, well, you have spaces between the elements (a line break and a few tabs counts as a space, just to be clear). <ul><li> one</li><li> two</li><li> three</li></ul> or <ul><li>one</li ><li>two</li ><li>three</li></ul> or with comments... <ul><li>one</li><! They're all pretty funky, but it does the trick. #Negative margin #Skip the closing tag Another weirdness! #See

Cygwin How do our favorite tech companies make money? vi Pour les articles homonymes, voir VI. vi est un éditeur de texte en mode texte plein écran écrit par Bill Joy en 1976 sur une des premières versions de la distribution Unix BSD. Il est présent d'office sur la majorité des systèmes Unix actuels, souvent sous la forme d'un clone du logiciel vi originel. Origine du nom[modifier | modifier le code] Le nom vi correspondant à la fois à des initiales et au nom de son fichier d'installation, il est usuellement prononcé en énonçant les deux lettres en anglais, c'est-à-dire « vi-aille », [vi: aɪ], plutôt que comme un mot à part entière [vi]. Principe de fonctionnement[modifier | modifier le code] vi est un éditeur modal, c'est-à-dire que la signification des boutons et des touches change selon le mode dans lequel il se trouve. En mode insertion, le texte tapé est inséré dans le document. Les touches tapées en mode commande ne sont pas insérées dans le texte, ce qui est une cause fréquente de confusion pour les utilisateurs débutants avec vi. :set nu

MacPorts Guide regex Traducciones, howtos, Unix, Linux, Windows, redes.: Que es un tunel VPN y como configurar uno? Este es de Makeuseof y muestra como configurar una VPN para hacer un túnel VPN (y valga la redundancia) con Putty. Esto de puede hacer de varios modos pero sirve para que si no conoces Putty sepas que es y para que sirve. Para los que administramos sistemas *nix y tenemos PCs corriendo alguna versión de Windows es mas que una herramienta, ya habíamos tocado el tema de las conexiones encriptadas antes en este blog, así que aqui les va otro uso de los que tiene Putty, pueden encontrar el original aquí, provecho! Una VPN o Red Privada Virtual, es un método para unir dos lugares como si estuvieran en una red privada local. Vamos a repasar varias razones por las que usted puede ser que desee establecer un túnel VPN y luego ver las diferencias entre la ejecución de un túnel y la ejecución de un servicio completo de VPN en su equipo. ¿Qué es un túnel VPN? Un "túnel" es simplemente un enlace entre dos puntos a través de algún otro material. ¿Por qué es posible que desee establecer un túnel VPN?

Emacs Certaines informations figurant dans cet article ou cette section devraient être mieux reliées aux sources mentionnées dans les sections « Bibliographie », « Sources » ou « Liens externes »(avril 2017). Améliorez sa vérifiabilité en les associant par des références à l'aide d'appels de notes. Emacs est une famille d'éditeurs de texte disposant d'un ensemble extensible de fonctionnalités et qui est très populaire[réf. souhaitée] parmi les programmeurs et plus généralement les personnes ayant des compétences techniques sur les ordinateurs. L'EMACS originel, signifiant Editing MACroS running on TECO, c'est-à-dire « macros d'édition pour TECO », a été écrit en 1976 par Richard Stallman, initialement avec Guy Steele. Il a été inspiré par les idées développées dans TECMAC et TMACS, deux jeux de macros d'édition pour TECO, notamment écrits par Guy Steele, David Moon, Richard Greenblatt et Charles Frankston. Histoire[modifier | modifier le code] Implémentations d'Emacs[modifier | modifier le code]

How to View and Kill Processes Using the Terminal in Mac OS X Occasionally in Mac OS X, it may be necessary to force a program or process to quit. For example, if a particular program fails to respond or unexpectedly hangs. Every application on a Mac comprises of one or more processes. It’s usually possible to use the Force Quit command (⌘⌥ esc) in the Apple Menu, but only individual applications are listed in the Force Quit Applications window rather than all processes which are running on your computer. The basic steps to check and kill a process are: Open the Terminal applicationList the running processesFind the process you want to closeKill the process Each step is described in more detail below. About Terminal Probably the most useful tool to check and kill processes is called Terminal, which is an application that provides access to the lower levels of the Mac OS X operating system and files. the process ID (PID)the elapsed time spent runningthe command or application file path About Activity Monitor How to Use Terminal Basic Terminal Commands