Terminal V/s GUI – Linux Tutorial 4
Welcome to the Video Tutorial on Terminal [Vs.
files manager Have you wondered what are the most tasks [tasks] that allow you to do them on your computer? Listen to music or surf the Internet This may be surprising [for some], but most of the repetitive tasks performed by an ordinary user on a computer are browsing Create Move and delete files So what are the ways to efficiently manage files there are two main ways? The first is the Cli interface or the command line, such as the terminal in the bunton The second is the graphical user Interface or graphical user interface It is like a file manager on any operating system Most novices like [Experience] users prefer to use the graphical user interface but they have their own The advantages we will discuss in this tutorial So why learn the command-line interface? First, the command-line interface is highly flexible and offers options that are not available In graphical user interface mode Second some configurations in the graphical user interface up to four deep screens while in the CLi It's just one thing for example Creating a new account can lead to different steps through the graphical user Interface, while the same command can be done using a single end command the third If you're considering moving hundreds of files, it may take hours using GUI mode While you can use regular expressions on Cli, you can do this in seconds on her Tsui loads quickly and does not consume RAM compared with GOE so it does not affect system performance at all This is important in crisis situations when the server hangs But Gui is especially important and useful during the performance graphs display of editing images and videos Create sketches and experience other intensive graphic tasks Appearance feels The GUI-based file manager is similar to the main operating systems such as Windows Mac and Linux It's the command-line interface that people find difficult to use and will be the focus of our attention Tutorials So start with how to run the command-line interface on the Ubuntu operating system You can do the following First click – and the station type You will then be able to see a thumbnail image with Seis Station, then press it This way the terminal window will open Or you can simply press CTRL alt? And t keys on [benet] ssin to launch the same window Once you've released Cli, you'll find some information already on the screen Let's get to know the subject The first part of this line is the username that Bob can be Tom Ubuntu Home or Guru 99 The second part is the computer name or the host name that the host name helps Selecting a computer over the network in the hostname The server environment becomes important  The colon is a simple break The wildcat tag shows that the user is [working] in the home directory If you change the directory, the tag will disappear We'll learn how to switch between different directories, and you'll see that the signal will not appear Dollar sign Indicates that you work as a regular Linux user while working as a root or a master user The tick tag is now displayed for working on your files You need to know the directory on which the station is located and this leads us to what is the current working manual The directory you are currently browsing is named the current working directory We log on to the [home] directory by default when you start your computer Otherwise you can use The Pwd command To see which manual works on let's try it on the terminal here using the PWd command We got to know we were in the Nine Nine Teacher The directory also happens to be the main directory of this computer Pwd stands for manual printing work Go to Change directories.
You can do this by [using] a CD Well not the actual CD, but it is Let's take a look at how it works Here using the CD.
You can move from the home directory to the tMP directory Then again using the same command we will move to the basket directory We try the same thing and then go to the tMP directory If you want to go to the home directory, then you need to write a CD or a CD Cd space team If you want to go to the root directory, you will need to write the CD space Diagonal Note that the root of the file system and [Linux] is indicated by a forward slash It is the same c.
: Backwards [in] windows? Virtual difference in windows.
You can use backslashes while you are in Unix or Linux A forward slash is used Let's try the same on the station Therefore using the CD-ROM.
Space Field Command We were moving to the main [Guide] Then if you want to go to the root directory, we will use the CD.
Space forward slant Do not forget the distance between the CD and the slash to avoid the error So, how do we navigate through multiple directories that you can navigate through multiple directories at the same time? by Determine its full path So if you want to go to cPU directory under dev do not need to break this The operation is in parts Let's take a look at the station here using one command we move from the main directory Into the cPU directory under DEV at The case you want to move to one directory can easily be done [so] by trying the CD.
Point space point Using the CD-ROM The dot dot command in the space we will move from the cPU directory to the [DEV] Then again using the same command, we move from the DEV directory to the root directory It is important to understand What is the path in computing and what types? Just as the path can reach your home, the path in computing is the title of a file or folder So the C User documents and downloads for download in Windows and home user downloads The path and Linux will take you to the Downloads folder There are two absolute and relative parts Let's start with the first one Let's say you have to browse [images] stored in the directory of pictures of the master folder [nine] [nine] The absolute [filepath] of the photo directory is home then moved nine nine nine images So you should use the command CD to navigate to this directory [you] the main page Nine Guru Nine Pictures And This way you will read the image guide This absolute path is called while you specify the full path to access the directory file The relative path comes in handy when you have to review another subdirectory Inside a specific directory provides you with the effort to write complete parts all the time Suppose you are already in the home directory, and you want to go to the image directory For this you do not need to write the absolute path with the command You are already in the home teacher's guide [9: 9].
You can simply write the CD space Name the directory and you will reach it This way you do not need to specify the full path to read a particular site Within the same directory in the file system To summarize what we learned today To manage your files, you can use GUI or GUI and Linux You can turn the device on from the dashboard or use the shortcut key CTRL alt and t PWd commands give current working directory You can use the CD command to change directories Absolute path is the full address of a file or directory Relative Path is the relative location of a file or directory relative to the current directory A relative path helps to avoid writing full paths all the time Let us also update our memory on the Cli orders learned in this tutorial Use the CD-ROM.
Space directory called command to navigate to the [private] Use the Space field command of the CD or CD to go to the home directory? Use the CD-ROM.
A Slash command is forward to the space to go to the root directory Use the CD-ROM space for a point An order to move one level up in the directory structure Thanks for watching I'll see you in the next tutorial.