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60 useful Linux commands in 15 minutes

The challenge here is to present you 4 command-line tips per minute, one new command or tip per 15 seconds during 15 minutes. This will be very fast-paced and a difficult exercise. Please come support the speaker during this harassing sprint! Have your lunch while entertaining and possibly learning stuff!

Pierre-Antoine Grégoire
Pierre-Antoine Grégoire is a Software Craftman trained to the arcanes of web and java development since 2000. He has then taken a few steps back thanks to interesting problem-solving opportunities in software integration, and software industrialization optimisations. He is now an I.T. Architect at Agile Partner S.A., advocating Agile practices, and providing expertise in JavaEE, Architecture, Security, and Software development factories. He has participated from time to time in open source projects (Spring IDE, Mule transport…) and initiated some (ORG tools and ORG libs…)


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  • French ?

  • I would like to watch more command

  • Nice

  • here are 60 linux commands. some will not show because i'm on a mac…. well. brain.

  • I agree with others the screen usage is silly and maybe he should have cherry picked the commands a bit more and spent 15 mins showing less functions but with better explanations. I also think French speakers should just stick with French because they imo are usually the worst English speakers. Itsisamumblingand urrr conjoiningofzeewordsandgenerallaziness of the pronunciation. If you are French and doing a presentation in English please be aware that we put spaces between our words and it's common practice to modulate the pitch and timbre of the voice especially to accentuate important words or sentences.
    Nevertheless there were some useful commands there that I was not aware of, could be a good presentation with a little more thought put into it.

  • Im just glad i turned it to 720p so i can see something

  • Why didn’t you use the entire screen? We can’t see anything! Thanks for the video anyway.

  • Oke.

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  • Also ripped off the infinite logo from those toy cars….who is this group? demo was not useful at all…I'm sure this guy knows his stuff but it's too fast and also if the instruction is meant to be an English tutorial you should use an English first language presenter..

  • Ah ah ah on entend le french accent lol bonne vidéo sinon les commandes classiques pour le nux sympa.

  • Great selection! Where are the slides for the 720-version? 🙂

  • Damn!! So Much information, thank you so much! for those who can't appreciate, do your own!

  • 3:08…First useful command imo in this video that I actually understand.lol. " clear"

  • Thanks for the info, I gained a lot from this and will watch it again to solidify some of those vague explanations. Lots of useful information to delve deeper into. Knowing it exist is half the battle. Thank you for winning me part of the war on learning this!

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    Absoltuely useless. I'm new to Linux, came here hoping to learn something. Three minutes in I've learnt nothing as you're going so fast and explaining nothing. Gone elsewhere instead.

  • hi antonie i need favour …i want next-command.sh file …… jvprasad2003@gmail.com

  • that was:> bad /ass

  • this is horrible, you have a large screen and you are only using 1/4 of it to show text.

  • i wish linux would stay alive and be more advance so many users will be more confident using linux itself,, linux is great too

  • 4:30 I actually find the "human readable" option … less readable, because of the fact the numbers displayed are all sort of the same, and only the letters differ. Since the letter alongside is only one character, the difference doesn't really strike me as fast as it would by displaying 3 more digits for every 1000 nominal value increase.