Unix Tutorial for Beginners Unix Tutorial for Beginners / tutorial / free

http://acad.coloradocollege.edu/dept/pc/SciComp...

An introduction to Linux (and Unix) on the command line.
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submitted almost 4 years ago, by jamesbarnett
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pineapple

Hey, just so you know your other unix resource was here, so I deleted it: http://pineapple.io/resources/command-line-crash-course

(Just a different page was used)

pineapple, almost 4 years ago

bonzai

This is great. Although I still don't really understand the difference between symlink and hard link.

bonzai, almost 4 years ago

jamesbarnett

Soft links fulfill a similar role to shortcuts on Windows. Hard links point to same physical data on the hard disk. Here's a great explanation of softlinks vs hardlinks

jamesbarnett, almost 4 years ago

bonzai

Hey man, thanks! That makes a lot more sense, and isn't that bad.

bonzai, almost 4 years ago

jamesbarnett

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jamesbarnett, almost 4 years ago


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