"There are a lot of things that I do to simplify things
when using Linux, and I decided that I would start writing about
them. First, I'm going to describe a method I use personally to
make Linux commands easier to remember. The information here has
been tested on Arch and Ubuntu, but should work regardless of what
distribution you use. This tip is probably best suited for
beginners but perhaps others can benefit as well.
"First, I need to give the usual disclaimer. Most of the tips I
will write about in this article and upcoming ones will use shell
scripting. I do not profess to be an expert with writing shell
scripts, but even with my limited knowledge, I've been able to
accomplish some pretty cool things. If there are any errors or
improvements I can make, let me know in the comments. Also, be
careful. With the wrong terminal commands, you could destroy your
entire system. It's a good idea to try shell scripting with a test
or virtual system first."
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