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 ===== CLI Offers You Choice ===== ===== CLI Offers You Choice =====
  
-A program that provides a command line interface is called a ''shell'' and is loaded when a user logs in to a system. The default shell in Slackware is called ''Bash'' (Bourne-again shell). Although other shells will be briefly discussed in [[howtos:cli_manual:shells|Chapter 3]], the CLI manual will focus predominantly on Bash, the most common shell on today's Linux systems. Once you've started the X window system, you can access the shell via ''virtual terminals'' which can be opened by pressing <key>Alt</key>+<key>F2</key> through <key>F6</key> (the 7th being the current X session). +A program that provides a command line interface is called a ''shell'' and is loaded when a user logs in to a system. The default shell in Slackware is called ''Bash'' (Bourne-again shell). Although other shells will be briefly discussed in [[.shells|Chapter 3]], the CLI manual will focus predominantly on Bash, the most common shell on today's Linux systems. Once you've started the X window system, you can access the shell via ''virtual terminals'' which can be opened by pressing <key>Alt</key>+<key>F2</key> through <key>F6</key> (the 7th being the current X session). 
  
 ===== Terminals ===== ===== Terminals =====
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 ====== Chapter Navigation ====== ====== Chapter Navigation ======
  
-**Next Chapter: [[howtos:cli_manual:first_steps|First Steps]]**+**Next Chapter: [[.first_steps|First Steps]]**
  
  

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