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gnome-terminal [2013/05/19 16:09]
Rob Whyte
gnome-terminal [2019/02/09 10:31] (current)
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   - sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade   - sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade
-  - md5sum -c iso-name  +  - [[md5sum|md5sum]] -c iso-name  
-  - irssi+  - [[irssi|irssi]]
    
 The Gnome terminal application is invoked by pressing the following keys at the same time: The Gnome terminal application is invoked by pressing the following keys at the same time:
-  - Control, Alt + T+  
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 + - Control, Alt + T
    
 This will spawn a new window on your screen with: This will spawn a new window on your screen with:
-  - vinux@vinux:~$+  
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 + - vinux@vinux:~$
    
 This is called a prompt, the terminal session is waiting for a command to be typed. This is called a prompt, the terminal session is waiting for a command to be typed.
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  - Username of the account being used, in this case vinux.  - Username of the account being used, in this case vinux.
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  - Hostname of the system, in this case also vinux.  - Hostname of the system, in this case also vinux.
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  - ~, this refers to the home directory of the user. On Vinux this is /home/vinux/.  - ~, this refers to the home directory of the user. On Vinux this is /home/vinux/.
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  - $ represents a [[bash|Bash]] prompt that does not have elevated privellages.  - $ represents a [[bash|Bash]] prompt that does not have elevated privellages.
    
  
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