One commonly interacts with computers through a graphical user interface (GUI), for example the desktop interface of Microsoft Windows or Mac OS. However, you can also use a text interface known as the command line (or the terminal, shell, console or prompt). While it may appear complex at first sight, it offers a lot of power and flexibility for telling the computer what to do. Some programs and installations require usage of the command line.
This workshop will introduce you to the command line and walk you through a variety of fundamental concepts and commands. No prior knowledge is assumed. Bring your own computer with the possibility to insert a USB A cable.
The workshop is at Engelska Parken, you do not need any student card to enter. Go to the room 4-0027 and ring the bell, I will open you.
Mon, May 9, 18.30
Address: Engelska parken Thunbergsvägen 3C Uppsala
See on the map of the campus here: https://link.mazemap.com/HM8rBhDP
Or look at this video to see how to enter from humanistiska teatern and where to ring the bell: https://diode.zone/w/5yeKYBr7pTUhRuG7kSALXr