Commands for a newbie

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Sweethardway
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Commands for a newbie

Post by Sweethardway » Wed May 20, 2015 7:37 pm

Has the title say i nerver really use linux and i started yesterday with mint rebecca. i really need some commands for my terminal. and if someone can plz tell me the shortcut for open the terminal i will be pleased

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Re: Commands for a newbie

Post by Ginsu543 » Wed May 20, 2015 11:49 pm

There are SO many sites out there just a Google away... But here are some:

1) flossmanuals.net
2) linuxcommand.org
3) linux newbie guide

As for creating a shortcut to the Terminal:

1) Open main menu
2) Go to Accessories
3) Right-click on Terminal icon
4) Click "Add to panel" (this will put an icon in the panel which will launch Terminal for you when you click on it)
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Re: Commands for a newbie

Post by Reorx » Thu May 21, 2015 12:02 am

Keyboard shortcut to open the terminal = Ctrl + Alt + t
Keyboard close terminal = exit <enter>
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Re: Commands for a newbie

Post by Cosmo. » Thu May 21, 2015 4:38 am

Another two for closing:
Alt-F4
ctrl-D (in an empty line)

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