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 I think I am finally starting to get a grasp on how to mover around and do basic tasks within the UNIX terminal. I've gotten extremely frustrated more than a few times because a lot of the commands don't seem like common sense as they are with Cisco and in command prompt. Like "​touch"​ to create a file? How is someone supposed to remember that? Anyhow ive gotten to a point where i feel like i can learn this. But I cant help but ask myself, why? I think I am finally starting to get a grasp on how to mover around and do basic tasks within the UNIX terminal. I've gotten extremely frustrated more than a few times because a lot of the commands don't seem like common sense as they are with Cisco and in command prompt. Like "​touch"​ to create a file? How is someone supposed to remember that? Anyhow ive gotten to a point where i feel like i can learn this. But I cant help but ask myself, why?
  Why would someone choose to use this operating system? I understand it is light weight, reliable,​fast,​ and i see where its use could be beneficial in things like servers and code makers maybe. But to have it as the only os on my primary machine seems ridiculous. Simple things that can be done with a couple clicks in windows require ​  Why would someone choose to use this operating system? I understand it is light weight, reliable,​fast,​ and i see where its use could be beneficial in things like servers and code makers maybe. But to have it as the only os on my primary machine seems ridiculous. Simple things that can be done with a couple clicks in windows require ​
-a lot of typing in UNIX. I would possibly give Ubuntu a shot, i do like the fact that most Linux distributions are free and open source. I do also really like Android which i know is Linux based. So maybe id like Ubuntu or mint. I also learned a little fun fact today while reading for another class, Mac OS X is actually a true UNIX operating system. I am historically anti-MAC but now i can sort of understand why some professionals might prefer it.+a lot of typing in UNIX. I would possibly give Ubuntu a shot, i do like the fact that most Linux distributions are free and open source. I do also really like Android which i know is Linux based. So maybe id like Ubuntu or mint. I also learned a little fun fact today while reading for another class, Mac OS X is actually a true UNIX operating system. I am historically anti-MAC but now i can sort of understand why some professionals might prefer it. Apple also limits alot of customization and options that are available in windows or android. It is also very possible I don't like apple because i'm a hipster and try not to like the things most people like.  
 +Somebody once told me the world was gonna roll me 
 +I ain't the sharpest tool in the shed 
 +She was looking kind of dumb with a finger and her thumb 
 +in the shape of an L on her forehead 
 +WELL.......
journal/spring2019/rbintlif/week2.txt · Last modified: 2019/01/27 14:24 by rbintlif