Linux Terminal

With Linux Terminal, you can apply and practice what you have learned.


What is Linux Terminal?

The Linux terminal, also known as the command line interface (CLI), is a text-based interface for interacting with a Linux operating system. It allows users to enter commands to perform various tasks, such as navigating the file system, managing files and directories, and running programs. The terminal is a powerful tool that allows users to access and control the underlying system, and it is often used by developers and system administrators to perform advanced tasks. The terminal also provides access to a wide range of command-line utilities, such as text editors, network tools, and programming languages, that are not available through a graphical user interface