Review Request - Kubuntu Documentation - Command Line Topic (cli/C/cli.xml)

Nitesh Mistry mistrynitesh at gmail.com
Wed Dec 30 07:40:52 UTC 2009


On Fri, Dec 18, 2009 at 1:18 AM, Vikram Dhillon <dhillonv10 at gmail.com>wrote:

> Yes, the mails with attachments do show up in the mailing lists,
> unless they are too big. One suggestion here, when you are attaching a
> modified file, please do a diff of the files and attach that as well.
> It just makes doing the changes easy :D
>

Will the file attached do? Sorry for posting late (just returned from
vacation :D ) The diff is as compared to revision 140



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Nitesh
http://techformyself.blogspot.com

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< This document provides a brief introduction to the Linux command line. It is not
< a complete guide to the command line, just an introduction to complement
< &kubuntu;'s graphical tools.
---
> <!--- Rearranging the sentence. Cli is a complement to graphical tools --->
> This document provides a brief introduction to the Linux command line,
> a complement to &kubuntu;'s graphical tools. It is not a complete guide to 
> the command line, just a beginners' guide to start using command line.
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< 
---
> <sect2 id="about-cli">
> <title>What Is Command Line Interface</title>
35a38,47
> <!--- Writing a little more about cli. --->
> <para>
> On most Linux systems, command line interface can be used along with graphical
> tools. This is done by opening a terminal window within the graphical environment.
> Command line provides more control over how the tasks are to be executed, and
> it also saves time when undertaking long repetitive steps.
> </para>
> </sect2>
> <sect2 id="about-usage">
> <title>Using This Guide</title>
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< This guide will make you familiar with basic GNU/Linux shell commands. It is not
< intended to be a complete guide to the command line, just an introduction to
< complement &kubuntu;'s graphical tools.
---
> This guide will make you familiar with basic GNU/Linux shell commands. It is only
> intended to help you get started on the command line and introduce you to the
> powerful, yet easy-to-use, command line interface. 
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> </sect2>


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