Linux Command Line Interface and BASH Scripting
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Linux Command Line Interface and BASH Scripting

Understand BASH Commands and BASH Scripting
4.3 (35 ratings)
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1,425 students enrolled
Created by Capsule Trainings
Last updated 8/2017
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This course includes
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • 3 articles
  • 2 Practice Tests
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Assignments
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Use the Linux Command Line with Proficiency
  • 35+ Linux Commands
  • Understand Linux File Permissions
  • Write BASH Scripts
Requirements
  • Basic Computer Knowledge
  • Linux Virtual Machine
Description

This capsule is aimed to get you comfortable with the Linux Operating System, Linux Command Line and BASH Scripting... in just under 3 hours!

Linux is one of the most powerful operating systems out-there. Powering 80% of financial trades as well as 90% of super-computers - It is a MUST know in today's fast growing information technology world.

BASH is the command language interpreter (CLI) for the Linux operating system. This is the tool that interprets your commands to the Linux operating system.

BASH Script is a file that contains a set of commands that tells the computer what to do, using a certain logic. This helps you to automate tasks on your Linux machine as well as create custom scripts for a variety of different usages.

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who wants to learn Linux
  • Anyone who wants to learn how to use the Linux Command Line
  • Anyone who wants to learn how to write BASH Scripts
Course content
Expand all 58 lectures 02:55:10
+ Chapter 1
5 lectures 07:59
What is Linux
00:41
What is Linux Terminal
00:50
Linux File System Hierarchy
04:09
Terminal Interface Basics
00:51
+ Chapter 2
30 lectures 01:36:23
pwd and cd
01:30
ls
00:46
ls -l
01:55
ls -lh
01:55
ls -lhS
01:58
ls -a and ls -A
04:03
ls and cd
03:58
cp and mv
01:16
mv
03:32
rm and rm -i
02:34
rm -rf
01:45
mkdir and rmdir
02:15
touch
01:19
* Wildcard
04:38
cat
01:56
less
02:36
grep
04:13
Output Redirection
01:52
Output Redirection Example
04:55
find
04:02
du
06:24
Symbolic Links
03:38
A Note On Symbolic Links
02:33
Aliases
07:47
vi
03:53
vi Cheat Sheet
00:55
Multiple Pipes
07:33
sed
07:34
Useful Shortcuts
00:09
Linux Commands
20 questions
+ Chapter 3
2 lectures 13:27
Permissions - Explained
09:01
Permissions - Examples
04:26
Linux File Permissions
5 questions
+ Chapter 4
18 lectures 53:11
What is a BASH Script
00:55
Hello World
03:17
Hello World with Variables
02:01
Arithmetic Operations
02:21
Conditionals
00:36
elif
02:42
&& and ||
04:09
if with Strings
02:54
read
03:18
Loops - Introduction
00:27
for Loop
04:07
while Loop
02:58
Passing Arguments
02:15
Functions - Introduction
00:37
Functions - Examples
04:47
Menus
04:48
Simple Script Example
06:23
Create a BASH script to display/create aliases.
BASH Script - Practice
1 question