Internal vs External Linux shell commands

Posted by LinuxCareer on Nov 2, 2012 1:34 PM EDT; By
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It is our firm belief that Linux, despite its advances on the desktop side, as well as on tablets, should be taught starting with the command line. That's because it's an operating system that borrows heavily from Unix(TM), and there was nothing more than a text interface on it at the very beginning. Studies have shown that, if applicable, one is more efficient on the command-line rather than using a graphical user interface (GUI). "If applicable" means that we're not referring at photo/video editing or some other task that requires a graphical environment.

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