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Yes Linux command on chromeOS

Sometimes, having a bit of Linux skill to fool around with means impressing your friends (blowing their minds?) with your newfound Linux tidbit.

Yes command is one of those commands that can help you look cool while using the Linux terminal. It basically regurgitates whatever you place in front of it until you tell it to stop with the “CTRL + C” command combo.

Yes command is used to display a string repeatedly until when terminated or killed using [Ctrl + C] as follows.

$ yes “This is ItsChromeOS – Your hub for all things Chrome OS”

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Jesse Afolabi

Having been a technical writer for over 4 years, and co-founded Fossmint.com in 2016, I took my passion to the next level with the founding of Itschromeos.com which so happens to revolve around my love for open-source technologies and Chrome OS. It's my hope to venture into new avenues in the tech universe and take you with me on that ride.

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