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For most things the terminals are essentially similar. What differs is the compliment of tools you have access to by default on OS X. So if you stick to the basic terminal commands, then they are equal..

OS X uses BASH as the shell and Ubuntu uses DASH (but can be switched to BASH) and most other Linux variants usually stick with BASH..DASH is really bad for executing scripts. The D in DASH stands for "Diminished" in my mind, regardless of what it actually stands for..

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