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Backing up a Personal DVD in Linux with Command-line Tools

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Sometimes you find the need to backup a personal DVD. There are many GUI tools available that are up to the task, but sometimes some good, old command-line magic is just what you need to get the job done... especially with some more troublesome tasks.

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Created by xiao_haozi 3 years 27 weeks ago – Made popular 3 years 27 weeks ago
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Introduction to Command-Line for Beginners

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The guide aims first-time users and average Linux users and its goal is to make you learn your way around when using the Linux command-line interface (or CLI for short). It also encourages some habits which I believe that, although hard to learn at first, will make you more productive later on.

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10 Bash Tips for Working Faster With the Shell

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Here are 10 Bash tips for making working a terminal faster and more productive.

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GNOME Terminal - Command Summary [Mockup]

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"So we all know that users who are new to the command-line find it intimidating, no matter what operating system, they just find it intimidating. These users are the kind of people who never used early Unix or MS-DOS, they were introduced to computers with graphics and point-and-click interfaces. And I've been wondering: What's so intimidating?"

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Command Line Basics: Join Files With cat

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I’ve already shown you how to view files with the cat command. In today’s post I’m going to show you how to use the GNU cat command for its originally intended purpose: for joining multiple files together.

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Created by Linerd 4 years 38 weeks ago – Made popular 4 years 38 weeks ago
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