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bash-intro-tree [2018/02/26 04:41]
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 ====== First steps on the Linux Terminal ====== ====== First steps on the Linux Terminal ======
 First of all, we need to [[ssh-access|SSH access]] into our server. When this happens we'll have something like this: First of all, we need to [[ssh-access|SSH access]] into our server. When this happens we'll have something like this:
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 The characters of a terminal are both //from// the terminal and //typed by// ourselves. The text preceding our commands (''​new-host-6:​~ settern$''​ in the example), is referred to as **shell prompt**. It can be configured and vary broadly from a computer to another, but it usually gives us some hints (in the example "​settern"​ is the username, new-host-6 is the name of the server, and ~ means the user is in his home directory). The characters of a terminal are both //from// the terminal and //typed by// ourselves. The text preceding our commands (''​new-host-6:​~ settern$''​ in the example), is referred to as **shell prompt**. It can be configured and vary broadly from a computer to another, but it usually gives us some hints (in the example "​settern"​ is the username, new-host-6 is the name of the server, and ~ means the user is in his home directory).
  
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 The picture below((taken from the "​[[https://​fsl.fmrib.ox.ac.uk/​fslcourse/​unix_intro/​files.html|Further reading]]"​ website)) depicts a directory tree. The picture below((taken from the "​[[https://​fsl.fmrib.ox.ac.uk/​fslcourse/​unix_intro/​files.html|Further reading]]"​ website)) depicts a directory tree.
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 The picture shows only directories,​ but let's assume that each directory also contains files. A file name is not enough to locate a file in the file system: a file called "​readme.txt"​ can be present in any directory. The picture shows only directories,​ but let's assume that each directory also contains files. A file name is not enough to locate a file in the file system: a file called "​readme.txt"​ can be present in any directory.