Linux is the fastest growing operating system in the world, it is at heart of the Internet and computing. Learn the basic Linux commands you need to succeed
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This course is about the linux operating system. You will learn what linux is, about the linux kernel, about linux distros and commands for any linux system.
It includes chapters on: linux system, file system, text editing, processes, network and internet, user management and some tricks. After taking this course you'll be able to control a linux system through the terminal.
What is Linux? In this lecture you will learn about linux operating system and the linux kernel.
An overview of methods to run a Linux system, including: web, live cd, virtualbox and android.
linux online, linux web? In this lecture we'll show you some ways to run a linux operating system.
install the ubuntu linux operating system (optional)
On any Linux system, you can navigate through the file system. In this lecture we'll introduce you to the file system.
Learn how to change the directory on a linux system.
Learn how to show files in a the directory on a linux system.
We'll introduce you to the file command in this lecture.
Directories can be created inside a terminal. In this practical demonstration you will learn how do that on linux.
Delete files from the linux file system.
Show file contents using the cat command.
Copying files in the terminal, from source to destination.
Renaming files on Linux.
The du command on linux.
Find a file on the Linux system.
The redirect operator, its use and demonstration.
Demonstration of the pipe operator on a linux system.
Environment variables can assist in command usage. In this lecture you will see an example.
When dealing with large files or big data, a normal text editor is not always sufficient. In this lecture you will learn how to show data inside large files.
The nano text editor is often installed on linux systems. This is a text-based editor and we'll demonstrate how to use it.
Emacs is another popular text editor. You'll learn the basics of emacs in this lecture.
The ps command can list all running processes on a linux system. This video you'll see a demonstration of the ps command.
Learn about an alternative interface to ps, which is easier to manage.
Learn how to stop unresponsive programs with one command.
Learn how to install new software on a Debian or Ubuntu based Linux system.
Learn how to work with zip files on linux.
Learn how to create a tar archive (alternative to zip)
Learn how to create a compressed tar file.
Learn how to extract tar and tar.gz files.
Learn how to add new users to the system.
Learn how to change a linux password.
Learn how to become administrator.
Learn how to show system information.
Show commands that were typed in the command line.
Using bash scripting you will learn how to automate command line tasks on linux.
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