Work Faster and Smarter in Linux Command Line Interface
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Work Faster and Smarter in Linux Command Line Interface

Work faster and save time in Linux command line
3.4 (16 ratings)
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3,868 students enrolled
Created by Linux Guru
Last updated 2/2020
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What you'll learn
  • Working faster and smarter in Linux Command Line Interface
Requirements
  • Know Linux basic commands
Description

      "Time is more valuable than money"


But, most Linux users are wasting our time and effort in Linux command line Interface.

yes. you may use Linux Command-line Interface

  • to check some log files,

  • to update configuration files,

  • to build and deploy software packages,

  • to manage infrastructure

  • to write bash scripts

  • to generate reports, etc. 

....whatever the reasons are, most of us spend a good amount of time working in a Linux server.

But, we are not working smarter enough. we are wasting a lot of our time and energy. The reasons could be

1. We will have to remember complex commands

2. We will have to type long commands

3. Typos annoy us.

4. Working in command-line interfaces takes more time than working on a GUI.

Things slow us down when we work in Linux command-line interface


"This course will guide you to do your work smarter, faster and safer..." 


The goal of this course is to save your time and reduce your effort to get your work done in Linux CLI.

After taking this course,

  • you will how to organize your resources in your reach and access them by a few keystrokes.

  • you will learn how to simplify your complex Linux commands.

  • You will avoid typos when you work in Linux command line terminals.

  • You will reuse your commands instead of typing them all again.

  • you will learn how to customize your working environment that will make you like Linux.

  • you will learn how to make use of bash scripts to make your work simpler.


Yes!!!  Get ready to supercharge yourself.


NOTE:  This course is not a basic course. This course is for "Intermediate Level Linux users", who work in the Linux command line already. It helps you to work superfast in the Linux command line Interface.


In this course, I am going to teach you

  1. the Linux keyboard shorts,

  2. the techniques to reuse the commands you executed already.

  3. the ways to leverage wildcards, alias, links, shh keys, to work faster.

  4. Bash scripting and how to automate your repetitive tasks.

  5. and other smart tools that make your work cool.


Yes. It's time to supercharge your Linux Command-line productivity.   Join me now and learn how to become a Linux Super Hero.



Who this course is for:
  • Intermediate Linux users
  • Application testers
  • Developers
  • Infrastructure engineers
Course content
Expand all 11 lectures 01:39:13
+ Keyboard Shortcuts in Linux
6 lectures 53:52
Auto-completion in Linux Command Line
04:35
Navigation in the Linux Command Line
03:33
Editing Commands in Linux Command Line Interface
12:20
Bash history and Bash bang commands
13:00
Practice Test: Keyboard Shortcuts
10 questions
+ Aliases in Linux
2 lectures 33:20
Command: alias in detail
18:38
Customizing User Profile
14:42
Practice Test: Alaises
3 questions
+ Soft Links in Linux
1 lecture 06:53
Command: soft links in detail
06:53
Practice Test: Soft Links
2 questions