Tag Archives: shell

6 Commands you must know to be Productive on the terminal.

The Linux command line (CL) is a wonderful tool, that gives you power beyond normal point-and-click. With it you can unleash the full force of the open-source operating system for any purpose. Yet many new comers shy away from using it. Though it can seem daunting and intimidating at first, looking more like a no-go… Read More »

Why these 5 myths about the Linux command-line are false

By | February 27, 2018

USING THE command-line (CL) is scary for many computer users especially those using Linux. All effort is wielded to avoid it as much as possible. One major reason for this trend is that many of such users are coming from using an operating system (OS) where important stuffs were done point-and-click style using only the… Read More »

Open Source PowerShell: Microsoft Loves Linux?

By | August 24, 2016

Microsoft (MS) has open-sourced the Windows command line scripting tool, PowerShell. Alpha versions have been released for Linux (Red Hat, Ubuntu, CentOS) and MacOS on GitHub. Especially when a core component (the .NET frame work) that it depends on have already been opensourced by Microsoft. Either as a means to court the open source community… Read More »

The Linux Shell – in a nutshell

Many computer users that are used to point-and-click computer graphic interfaces might find it not comforting and hence be turned down when the idea of using a shell or the Linux command line interface (CLI) – something that is somewhat similar to, but way better than, the command line utility (cmd) found in Microsoft Windows… Read More »