Today: Introduction to Linux and the Command Line

Monday June 17, 2013: 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm -- Downtown Library: Training Center

Attention Teens and Adults! Learn how to interact with a Linux machine from the command-line! In this class you will learn how to navigate the file system, create directories, edit files, write shell scripts, connect to other machines over the internet, and much more. This class is a good (although not strictly necessary) preparation for the upcoming programming classes, including the Python classes and Web App classes. Go to aadl.org/classes to view the complete schedule.

Registration is not required and the class is filled on a first-come, first-served basis. The classroom will open 15 minutes before the class begins. See you in class!

You may be interested in the following books in our collection: Linux Bible by Chris Negus and Ubuntu Linux Bible by William Von Hagen.

Comments

ok


"Linux."


cool!


echo "echo" | sed -e 's/e//' -e 's/h//' -e 's/$/ol/'


hahaha! Good one!


I wished I went


I wish I knew how to use Linux.


Is Linux difficult to learn?