+icon or the
...next to your working directory:
main.py. Don't worry about the tabs at the bottom yet ― we'll cover those soon!
~/workspace, the absolute path for which is
/home/nt-user/workspace). So the full path for this file is
python3 main.py. You'll be shown the output of the program, for example:
ls -l /a try in the terminal, where you'll see a full operating system directory structure! You also have full admin access (
sudo), so you can alter any part of the filesystem you'd like.
ipythonin the terminal to jump into that nifty piece of software. You can also install new software, for example:
+and selecting Desktop, then run
gnome-calculatorin the terminal, and open a "desktop" tab by clicking the
+and selecting Desktop. You'll see this:
gnome-calculatorinstalled because (currently) sandboxes do not persist newly installed software, so you'll have to install that yourself if you'd like to try it.