Terminal openSUSE Getting-Started Guide
Welcome, openSUSE User! The Tutorial Presents You a Step-by-Step openSUSE Terminal Tutorial for Beginners.
And with this OpenSUSE Command Line Tutorial for Beginners You Can Get Easily Initiated to Make the First, Steps on the Linux Shell :)
But this is Just a “Quick & Dirty” Introduction to the Command Line Basics by Example for the Bash Shell.
Now I strongly Recommend you to “Take it Easy” but to continue Experimenting with constancy, because as always is only the “Practice Makes the Master“! ;)
Most noteworthy: it’s fundamental you “Get Your Hands Dirty” following along this guide and Execute the Commands as they are harmless for your System.
Especially Relevant: at the same Time I should like you take some FUN by my creative writing to Uncover the Magical Powers of the Shell in making the “Arid Silicon Blossom Poetically“. :))
Finally, the Commands here included are valid for the Default Linux Bash Shell and also for the Bourne, C, TC and Korn Shells…
1. Launching Terminal
Open Console Terminal Shell emulator window
Here for KDE and on GNOME instead Press ‘Ctrl+Alt+t’…
(Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)
Most noteworthy: the Main Linux Shell Commands are simple Abbreviations of the Corresponding World.