PC Emulator: Test and Learn Linux Commands in Web Browser
If you want to learn Linux / Unix commands but don't want to install the OS, here is something interesting for you.
"PC Emulator" created by "Fabrice Bellard" allows you to test Linux commands in your favorite web browser. No need to install any Linux distribution, simply open the URL in a web browser and test desired Linux commands.
- 32-bit (x86) compatible CPU
- 8259 Programmable Interrupt Controller
- 8254 Programmable Interrupt Timer
- 16450 UART
- Real Time Clock
- IDE interface and hard disk
PC emulator supports following browsers officially:
- Mozilla Firefox
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer
You can run all popular and basic commands such as cat, cd, chmod, chown, chroot, date, echo, find, help, ls, rm, su, time, vi, etc.
To scroll back in the terminal, you can use Ctrl+Up, Ctrl+Down, Ctrl+PageUp and Ctrl+PageDown key combinations.
Thanks to our reader "Mutz777" for sharing it...
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