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Linux user environment (The Shell)

Linux user environment (The Shell)

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1. Log in to CLI When a user logs in to the system and accesses the CLI, an environment provided by the system to the user to perform different tasks, it is called 'Shell'. If you log in using the CLI utility, the system prints the prompt '#' or '$' along with the username and hostname. The difference between the two prompts is, '#' is for superuser i.e. root. '$' is for the rest of the users. For ordinary users For user root You type commands that get executed, it is not the doing of the kernel, but, a command interpreter i.e. shell.Shell is just a program of Linux, with some additional features.There are few benefits of having a shell between you and the kernel. Like filename shorthand, input-output direction, and personalizing the environment. 2. Filename shortha...
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