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Using the Bash Shell on RHEL

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Gaining Access to the Shell
From within the GNOME desktop environment, the shell prompt may be accessed from a Terminal window by selecting the Activities option in the top bar, entering Terminal into the search bar and clicking on the Terminal icon.
When remotely logging into a RHEL 8 server, for example using SSH, the user is also presented with a shell prompt. Details on accessing a remote server using SSH will be covered in the chapter entitled ''“Configuring [[Configuring SSH Key-based Authentication on RHEL 8”''|Configuring SSH Key-based Authentication on RHEL 8]]. When booting a server-based system in which a desktop environment has not been installed, the shell is entered immediately after the user completes the login procedure at the physical console terminal or remote login session.
== Entering Commands at the Prompt ==

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