About the Video:

A super-basic introduction to the Linux command-line for beginners. I show the basic linux commands in a normal (point-and-click) graphical user interface, and then type out commands which do the same thing in a non-graphical environment (“the shell”). You’ll learn:

1. How to see the current directory in the Linux filesystem.
2. How to change directories in Linux (with shortcuts).
3. How to see what’s inside a directory.
4. (Bonus: where e-mail addresses came from!)
5. Where ‘root’ is on the filesystem.

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27 Comments

R Lahr

April 27, 2020

I've never had this issue before, however when installing ubuntu onto a vm in both VB and VMware Workstation after about 3 minutes into installation it freezes. As in the whole VM freezes up including the spinning loading cursor Icon. I have tried GTS troubleshooting methods however nothing seems to be working. I tried adding a second virtual processor and adding more storage and memory. I have no issues with my Kali Linux VM I just installed through VMware Workstation. Any ideas what the next troubleshooting step I should take on this issue? Maybe a different version of Ubuntu? Thank you in advance for any assistance.

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Uncanny Aura

April 27, 2020

GUI = Graphic User Interface = Literally your desktop with a friendly background image and the "Start" button.

Directory = In plain everyday english, it's a file or folder.

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IT UPDATES

April 27, 2020

great video

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John McG

April 27, 2020

Hi Dave I finished watching the video, one word mate SUPERB I look forward to many more and hope you maintain your standards, many thanks you are a credit to education.

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John McG

April 27, 2020

Hi I have only watched the first 5 mins of this video and I have learned more than searching and watching umpteen other video for hours. You my friend are one excellent tutor/ teacher. I love the system you are using i.e. Gui/cli but you are doing it at a pace that numpties like me can follow. Most other videos I have tried to follow have text too small and lightning keystrokes most of us oldies and newbies just cannot keep up. There for many of us are disheartened. Once again many thanks and please do not change your teaching philosophy.

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Kristian Burrows

April 27, 2020

Great help for a newb. Here's a newb question ; how do I get my terminal to behave like yours? e.g. prompting etc. Thank you kindly

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DescendantsOfEnoch

April 27, 2020

A termimal emulator is NOT the same as the BASH language nor a command line nor a prompt.

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smooth Buddha

April 27, 2020

how do you personalise your command line like yours???? yours looks well cool!

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Mike Valdez

April 27, 2020

I just started watching your videos , I Started writing down the different commands in notepad and doing it along with you in terminal for mussel memory .. Everyone elce should do it to but I thought i put the list here just for future use ..
Pwd = Print my working directory

Ls= List

CD= Change directory

Use tab to help search

Ls / = list the root directory

Clear = scrolls down shell

Cd .. = Up one directory

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David R. Flores

April 27, 2020

Gracias!!

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khgriffi

April 27, 2020

can i follow along with just my macbook terminal? or do i need to install linux on a virtual machine?

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Gregory Gibbs

April 27, 2020

Thanks for the video. I about died at the end when she called you out for not having accounts XD

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H V

April 27, 2020

Great video.I am interested to buy your WP course on Udemy and noticed that it was updated in 2018 and was wondering if this course is still has commands and demo that are valid in 2019/2020.

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Escape the Matrix

April 27, 2020

Dave, I just ran across these tutorials, and wanted to thank you. I've tried, off-and-on, to learn Linux, and have learned quite a bit over the years. However, I always get bored learning from books, and videos are definitely the way to go, for me at least. I've just gotten started with your videos, but have jumped around, sampling some of your videos, and I can already tell this is what I'll finally stick with, and learn from the most. Presentation is everything, and your delivery, pace, and concise tutorials are second to none. Thanks again, and *Happy Thanksgiving (2019)!

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BookSmart

April 27, 2020

thank you

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Teramaj Taklu

April 27, 2020

I finally got it.

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Arrow Master

April 27, 2020

your 1st 5 minutes. now only 11 minutes.

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Alex Ledesma

April 27, 2020

this was extremely helpful man. Thank you so much

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Max Taylor

April 27, 2020

This was super helpful bro =) Thank you so much <3 🙂

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Bala Subramaniam

April 27, 2020

I use this voice for therapy

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Peter Breis

April 27, 2020

"People will stick with driving if they can get cars to work".

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Nesto Olvera

April 27, 2020

man, i have a Mac OS whit Parallels is great o i should get Virtual Box Machine?

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Master_J

April 27, 2020

ls -a

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Orthodox

April 27, 2020

Can i use this with any linux distribution? I prefer Antergos.

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John Mills

April 27, 2020

I can see terminal being the same but we are at ubuntu 18 now big difference

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He110 W0r1d

April 27, 2020

8:13 dave@mylinuxmachine, dave is your user name & is mylinuxmachine your computer name? or super root what ever you call it ? because i would like to change that part of setup, what must i do ?

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Marc Rindermann

April 27, 2020

One day I need to try and find out why everybody is always starting with 'pwd'. Since I retired my old C64 and got my first pc with DOS 3.3 I always had a prompt that told me where I was. I know, the prompt can be configured however you want to show you all the information you want, and if you don't want the prompt to show you the cwd, then it makes sense to know pwd. However, even the prompt in this video shows you where you are (~) and I would dare to say that's pretty much standard, so what's the point to start with pwd? I just think it would make more sense to start with 'ls' and explain what ' ~ ', ' . ', and ' .. ' mean. and then later maybe explain how the prompt can be configured and at that time introduce pwd if the prompt doesn't show you where you are.

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