A Beginner’s Guide To Linux Commands
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A Beginner’s Guide To Linux Commands

Learning foundational Linux commands to navigate in Linux operating system
4.4 (34 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
330 students enrolled
Created by Raphael Asghar
Last updated 11/2018
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This course includes
  • 7 hours on-demand video
  • 3 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • At the end of this course, the student will be able to understand the structure and the file system of the open source operating system: Linux.
Course content
Expand 44 lectures 07:03:16
+ Introduction
44 lectures 07:03:16
DOWNLOAD APPS AND INSTALL LINUX
17:00
COMPARE WINDOWS TO LINUX FILE STRUCTURE
08:57
DIRECTORIES AND FILES IN LINUX
06:03
HOW TO NAVIGATE THE UBUNTU DESKTOP
06:11
INTRO TO LINUX COMMANDS PART 1
20:16
INTRO TO LINUX COMMANDS PART 2
10:16
FINDING DETAILS ABOUT FILES
02:46
HOW TO MAKE DIRECTORIES
05:47
HOW TO DELETE FILES
09:46
HOW TO COPY MOVE AND RENAME FILES AND DIRECTORIES
10:25
CONCATENATE WITH CAT
13:46
USING PERMISSIONS IN LINUX
07:14
PERMISSIONS DEMO AND CHMOD
12:48
HOW TO ADD USERS
12:46
WHAT IS THE SHADOW FILE
09:23
HOW TO DELETE USERS
06:14
LEARNING ABOUT UID AND GID
07:05
USING THE GREP COMMAND
06:41
HOW TO CREATE GROUPS
12:09
USING USERMOD COMMAND
10:24
USING THE CHOWN COMMAND
09:53
WHAT IS THE CHAGE COMMAND
08:07
USING THE MORE LESS HEAD TAIL COMMANDS
06:50
WHAT ARE PIPES AND REDIRECTION OF FILES
10:50
USING THE NANO EDITOR
13:41
USING THE VIM EDITOR
16:16
USING THE CUT COMMAND TO FILTER
10:11
USING AWK TO FILTER FILES
13:26
USING WILDCARDS PART 1
10:00
USING WILDCARDS PART 2
12:17
HOW TO SHARE FILES FROM DESKTOP TO LINUX
05:10
WHAT ARE HARD AND SOFT LINKS
14:48
USING GZIP TO COMPRESS FILES
12:06
USING TAR TO ARCHIVE AND COMPRESS DIRECTORIES
09:45
USING APT GET TO INSTALL APPLICATIONS
09:02
INSTALLING UBUNTU SERVER
09:51
INSTALLING UBUNTU SERVER PART 2
12:15
INSTALLING GNOME DESKTOP ON UBUNTU SERVER
07:16
INSTALLING SQL SERVER 2017 ON LINUX SERVER
18:34
EXAMPLE OF SHELL SCRIPT
06:06
BONUS VIDEO
00:48
Requirements
  • This course – A Beginner’s Guide To Linux Commands- is for the absolute beginner!
Description

At the end of this course, the student will be able to understand the structure and the file system of the open source operating system: Linux. 

They will use the command line interface -and not the GUI- to gain confidence in simply executing the commands!  They will learn commands such as ls to list files, cp to copy, grep to find patterns, use VIM and Nano to edit files, use wildcards to filter data, install SQL Server 2017 on Ubuntu server and much more. 

At the end of this course, the student will have a solid foundation on how to use commands and gain a sense of confidence they never had before.


Who this course is for:
  • This course – A Beginner’s guide To Linux Commands- is for the absolute beginner!