macOS X Unix Linux Command Line Training
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macOS X Unix Linux Command Line Training

Learn the Terminal for mac OS X in under an hour
4.9 (7 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
37 students enrolled
Created by William Russell
Last updated 10/2016
English
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 2 Articles
  • 2 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • High level understanding of the command line
  • Knowledge of file structure and file navigation
  • Ability to manipulate files and directories
  • Write text to files
  • Search directories and files for text
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Requirements
  • You need access to a Terminal. This could be Linux or any mac OS X computer.
Description

This course is targeted for new students who are interested in learning the command line. 

This is built for mac OS X, but can be studied by any Unix terminal, such as Linux (Ubuntu, Fedora, etc.)

Impress everyone you know, including your boss by using the command line like an expert.

  • Learn basic commands
  • Manipulate files and directories
  • Write text to files
  • Because a terminal super user


You'll quickly understand the difference between the Graphical User Interface and the Command Line, and why the Command Line is so much faster!

When someone opens the command line, and starts typing, you have to admin, its pretty cool. Don't you wish you could open it up and bust out some super awesome commands?

You'll probably even get a raise at work for looking so cool.

If you've ever been asked to open the terminal, and got nervous, here is your chance to understand it and really master the basics.

By the end of this course, you'll feel completely amazing about how much you've learned, and how quickly you learned it.


Are there any requirements?

  • You need access to a Terminal. This could be Linux or any mac OS X computer.


What will you achieve from this course?

  • High level understanding of the command line
  • Knowledge of file structure and file navigation
  • Ability to manipulate files and directories
  • Write text to files
  • Search directories and files for text
  • And much more

Which audience does this course target?

  • This course was originally intended for Quality Assurance Engineers, but can be followed by anyone.
  • If you already have a lot know knowledge about the command line, and know the basics, you probably do not need to take this course.


Who is the target audience?
  • This course was originally intended for Quality Assurance Engineers, but can be followed by anyone. If you already have a lot know knowledge about the command line, and know the basics, you probably do not need to take this course.
  • If you already have a lot know knowledge about the command line, and know the basics, you probably do not need to take this course.
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Curriculum For This Course
26 Lectures
01:05:12
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Introductions & Setup
4 Lectures 08:49
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Syntax, Shortcuts, and Help
4 Lectures 12:51
Command Syntax
02:34

Tilde Alias (Home Directory)
03:10


Manual Help (Man)
02:55

Quick quiz on shortcuts

Shortcut Quiz
4 questions
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Basic Commands & Cheat Sheet
11 Lectures 20:10
Cheat Sheet
00:26


List Directories and Files (ls)
02:20

Print Working Directory (pwd)
00:31

Make Directory (mkdir)
01:15

Make File (touch)
01:16

Rename and Move Files and Directories (mv)
03:48

Copy Files and Directories (cp)
02:52


Cheat Sheet... so far.
00:01

Mandatory Exercise
01:02

Basic Command Quiz
8 questions
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File writing, editing, viewing
4 Lectures 11:45
Text Writing using VIM
07:30


File viewing (cat, head, tail, less)
02:30

Cheat Sheet... updated
00:00
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Searching text, history, and files
1 Lecture 02:54
Grep basic usage (history, grep)
02:54
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Sudo and file permissions
2 Lectures 08:42
Using sudo (sudo)
03:05

Changing file permissions (chmod)
05:37

Sudo Quiz
5 questions
About the Instructor
William Russell
4.5 Average rating
236 Reviews
9,545 Students
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