Sometimes, just sometimes when you use Linux as a home user you need to navigate Linux by the command line. As the Linux novice you are, you need a quick intro to Linux shell commands if you want to find files and edit documents in that scary black hole that looks like it is going […]
Beginner's Info For Desktop Recovery
Beginner's Info explains how to access the Linux shell from different stages of the boot-up process, how to access the shell from within a desktop environment and how to get out of the Linux shell once you've accessed it.
Unless your Linux Live Disc is made of bullet proof material it wont be stopping any cylindrical projectiles headed your way but a Live Disc might help you dodge a bullet if you break your installed OS. If you ever find you have a Linux OS that refuses to load, you can nearly always use […]
Getting into the Linux Shell is like diving into a black hole for new Linux users. Once in, it can seem impossible to get back out without going thermonuclear and restarting the computer. Here are a couple of ways you can get out of the Linux shell and back into your graphical desktop. This article […]
The place where commands are typed instead of clicked: The Linux Shell You will see it called shell, terminal, console, command-line, tty, tty session and many other things but, really, it is just a black screen with a text prompt that lets you run non graphical programs (scripts) by typing their name at the prompt […]