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want to learn more about the interactions you can have while using
tilde.town.

# Table of contents
## Table of contents

- [Requirements](#requirements)
- [Conventions used in this handbook](#conventions-used-in-this-handbook)
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- [Understanding package managers](#understanding-package-managers)
- [Basic UNIX commands](#basic-unix-commands)

# Requirements
## Requirements

* Basic understanding of files and directories
* A UNIX-like environment, such as:
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* [PuTTY](https://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/)
* [and many more](https://distrowatch.com/)

# Conventions used in this handbook
## Conventions used in this handbook

* **Notes** signify additional information.
* **Tips** signify alternative methods to procedures. * **Examples** provide a visual reference of how a procedure would be carried out in the real world.
* **Monospaced font** signifies directory names, file names, file contents, and commands.

# Getting started
## Getting started

One of tilde.town's goals is to transform the command line from a
scary-looking technical tool into a tool for creating beautiful
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- [For PuTTY users](#for-putty-users)
- [Testing out your command line interface](#testing-out-your-command-line-interface)

## For macOS users
### For macOS users

You can use one of the following procedures below for finding the
built-in app called "Terminal":
* Open the Spotlight app and search for the word "terminal"
* Open your `Applications > Utilities` directory and double-click the Terminal app

## For Windows Subsystem for Linux users
### For Windows Subsystem for Linux users

* Open your start menu and search for the word "Ubuntu"

**Note**: The steps above assumed you chose Ubuntu as the Linux
distribution for Windows Subsystem for Linux during your installation.

## For Ubuntu users
### For Ubuntu users

You can use one of the following procedures below for finding the
built-in terminal application:
* Type `Ctrl+Shift+t`
* Click the Ubuntu icon and search for the word "terminal"

## For cmdr users
### For cmdr users

* Open the cmdr application

## For PuTTY users
### For PuTTY users

* PuTTY isn't a command line interface itself, but it acts as a tool
to connect to other computers, so you can use their command line
interface. This will be covered in the
[Connecting to tilde.town](#connecting-to-tildetown) section.

## Testing out your command line interface
### Testing out your command line interface

After you think you have found your environment's command line
interface, you'll be using it in the rest of this handbook.
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somewhere. In this case, the text representing your files and directories is the data, and that text
is being sent to your screen.

# Understanding UNIX-related concepts
## Understanding UNIX-related concepts

This section will teach you the concepts required to follow further
sections in this handbook.
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- [Understanding commands](#understanding-commands)
- [Understanding package managers](#understanding-package-managers)

## Understanding your home directory
### Understanding your home directory

## Understanding directory and file permissions
### Understanding directory and file permissions

## Understanding commands
### Understanding commands

## Understanding package managers
### Understanding package managers

# Basic UNIX commands
## Basic UNIX commands

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