Linux with the Command Line
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Linux with the Command Line

Mastering Linux with BASH
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4.3 (22 ratings)
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Created by Vitalii Shumylo
Last updated 9/2017
English
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What Will I Learn?
  • Working with command line
  • Running BASH commands
  • Finding and Discovering Commands
  • Interpreting Command Help
  • Much more
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Requirements
  • A wish to acquire or to refresh your skills on linux command line
  • An access to command line of any linux distro (on physical or virtual machine)
Description

Important Note: This Course will be constantly updated and extended. Thus, by enrolling now and giving it a positive review you encourage the lecturer and get all further updates for free. 

This course is aimed to IT Pros or people who want to get familiar with Linux. And it's supposed to give the viewer the information they need to know to get started with Command Line and how to manage Linux with its help. The goal is to provide coverage of basic tasks including topics like Finding and Discovering Commands, Interpreting Command Help, Configure, Administer and Monitor a Linux Server. 

The course is targeted to help to automate and script daily tasks. There are lots of live demonstrations how to use BASH commands. I hope it will help to do your job more efficiently. 



Who is the target audience?
  • It's good for all who want to learn Linux command line
  • IT Specialists
  • System Administrators
  • DevOps Technicians
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Curriculum For This Course
91 Lectures
03:50:36
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Important Commands. Part 1
10 Lectures 18:34

listing directory contents/making directories/moving (continued)
00:45

ls (commands)
00:01

listing directory contents -- ls (options)
02:00

listing directory contents -- ls (options) (commands)
00:01


cd (commands)
00:02

making directories --mkdir (options)
01:37

mkdir (continued)
01:30

mkdir (continued) commands
00:04
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Important Commands. Part 2
42 Lectures 01:16:37

pwd (commands)
00:03

getting use of TAB completion
02:09

TAB (commands)
00:01

creating and updating files with --touch
01:39

touch (commands)
00:01


mv (commands)
00:02

copying files and directories with --cp
01:36

cp (commands)
00:01

deleting files and directories with --rm&rmdir
04:33

rm&rmdir (commands)
00:03

mastering --cat/more/less/head/tail
03:52

cat/more/less/head/tail (commands)
00:03

searching the needed info with --grep&wc
03:14


cat and output redirection
03:00

cat and output redirection commands
00:02

wc and input. task1
01:24

wc and input. task1 commands
00:14

using pipes
01:08

pipe (commands)
00:02

using wildcards&help
04:28

wildcards&help commands
00:02

using help (continued)
03:02

help (continued) (commands)
00:00

getting information about access rights
05:40

access rights (commands)
00:02

processes and jobs
07:20

processes and jobs (commands)
00:02

using --echo/diff/file
02:45

echo/diff/file (commands)
00:03

lspci and drivers info
02:34

lspci and drivers info (commands)
00:04

using command --passwd &envVars.PATH
04:40

passwd.envVars.PATH (commands)
00:00

special characters and command-line keystrokes
04:06

special characters and command-line keystrokes (commands)
00:04

chaining operators
05:51

chaining operators (commands)
00:13

compressing and archiving files
07:31

compressing and archiving files (commands)
00:04
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VIM
9 Lectures 35:24
creating/opening and saving a file&moving around
05:33

creating/opening and saving a file&moving around (commands)
00:18

getting help in vim
01:41

creating the first file in vim
01:41

basic vim commands
08:15

vim motion commands and search
06:10

opening and saving files
06:16

opening multiple files and splitting windows
04:27

switching between windows
01:03
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Important Commands. Part 3
24 Lectures 01:16:18
sed and awk
03:16

sed and awk (commands)
00:06

sed (continued)
03:46

sed (continued) (commands)
00:06

viewing all running processes with top
08:58

viewing all running processes with top (commands)
00:00

checking and using calendar and date with --cal/date
06:04

checking and using calendar and date with --cal/date (commands)
00:07

performing exit/reboot/shutdown
02:26

performing exit/reboot/shutdown (commands)
00:01

using BASH history
08:17

using BASH history (commands)
00:14

using aliases to create your own commands
03:12

using aliases to create your own commands (commands)
00:03

watching the files and how they're changing live with --watch
04:21

watching the files and how they're changing live (commands)
00:07

gaining administrative privileges with --sudo
12:16

gaining administrative privileges with --sudo (commands)
00:09

revising variables and permissions
09:29

revising variables and permissions (commands)
00:14

revising cp command and using dd command
05:03

revising cp command and using dd (commands)
00:06

finding files
07:37

finding files (commands)
00:16
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Networking
6 Lectures 24:06
IPv4. traceroute and ip commands
14:56

IPv4. traceroute and ip (commands)
00:03

collecting network interface information
06:04

collecting network interface information (commands)
00:01

checking network service and network interfaces on Ubuntu and Red Hat
02:46

checking network service and network interfaces on Ubuntu and Red Hat (commands)
00:15
About the Instructor
Vitalii Shumylo
4.4 Average rating
45 Reviews
3,644 Students
3 Courses
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Hello,

My name is Vitalii and I am an online tutor. I am really into what I am doing and helping others as much as I can. For now, I try to create courses to make students' professional tasks more efficient. 

My courses are mainly dealing with IT. I spend much time working with IT specializing mainly in Microsoft server technologies.