The Linux command line is a text interface to your computer.
Also known as shell terminal console command prompts and many others is a computer program intended to interpret commands.
Allows users to execute commands by manually typing at the terminal or has the ability to automatically execute commands which were programmed in Shell Scripts.
The Bourne Shell sh was originally developed by Stephen Bourne while working at Bell Labs.
Released in 1979 in the Version 7 Unix release distributed to colleges and universities.
The Bourne Again Shell bash was written as a free and open source replacement for the Bourne Shell.
Given the open nature of Bash over time it has been adopted as the default shell on most Linux systems.
Now that we have covered some basics lets open a terminal window and see how it looks.
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