When you boot up Linux for the first time and hit the first of many, many keystrokes, you may think that you’re just typing bash commands, but what you’re actually doing is learning!
But what could this possibly be teaching you, besides poorly documented arcane commands? Why, none other than the university degree of Computer Science!
That’s right. You’re somehow learning about computer science topics such as processors, threading and concurrency while clumsily trying to figure out how to install Flash Player.