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As far as I can tell the terminal is a huge part of any Linux distro. When I look up anything about it, the commands put in the terminal are all easily done through the GUI. I can proudly say, that for the past 3 days, I've been using it for just about everything, and I hope to soon have a better grasp on scripting.

After a little poking around, and with the help of your answers, I can now understand its use.

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The definitive answer to this question is probably Eric S. For a more cynical (or, some might say, more pragmatic) take on the same ideas, see Joel Spolsky's article on Biculturalism.

In a general sense, the advantage of using the terminal is expressiveness.

It's as close to a Do What I Mean interface as we have, free of clutter and modality, and that counts for a lot in terms of time and practicality.

-- This isn't comprehensive enough to be an answer per se, but the quick sound byte hopefully helps.

In last 5 years that I've spent with Ubuntu, I fail to remember a single day when I haven't used terminal.

It is the first application that I open after I login (I've of course automated it :-) ) and it closes only when my PC shuts down. We expect answers to generally involve facts, references, or specific expertise; this question will likely solicit opinion, debate, arguments, polling, or extended discussion.

The terminal in UNIX is a wonderful, powerful tool.

When transitioning from the world of Windows it is hard to appreciate this because the Windows (cmd.exe) shell is rather, how do I nicely say, lacking.

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