A week in the BSD CLI
"I've always been comfortable using the command line interface to get specific tasks done. To me, the command line was a necessary tool as well as a last resort -- if all else failed, I knew I could count on a command line program to fix the problem. I already knew that I could do pretty much anything from the command line if I was willing to sit down, read manual pages, and learn -- or if I really had to. To prove it, recently I forced myself to use only the CLI for a week. I ended up learning a lot more than just a few command line arguments."
(Submitted by Noel Tue Oct 26, 2004 )
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