UNIX/Linux: Learning vi
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UNIX/Linux: Learning vi

Learn the basics as well as some master commands of vi
3.5 (2 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
32 students enrolled
Created by Russ Hill, Sam Gill
Last updated 7/2015
Current price: $10 Original price: $20 Discount: 50% off
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  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Quickly edit files with vi
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  • You will need to have access to a linux/unix system

This Learning vi course is designed for the basic level user.

You will master some basic commands as well as some of the power user commands.

You can apply what you learn to all Linux/Unix systems including Ubuntu, Debian, RedHat, Fedora and more

Learn the basics to advance vi commands

The course is for anyone who wishes to learn more vi commands.

Who is the target audience?
  • This learning vi course is for beginner to intermediate level with some advanced commands
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Curriculum For This Course
8 Lectures
Introduction to Vi.
1 Lecture 00:40
vi Lessons
7 Lectures 01:07:26

starting more plus

Moving around

Editing multiple files and input commands

Rearrange with search and replace

vimrc and plugins
About the Instructor
Russ Hill
3.5 Average rating
2 Reviews
32 Students
1 Course

Ecommerce Director and Architect for Infrastructure and Expert in UNIX Administration configuring and maintaining various UNIX systems. Technical Director and Lead of small teams onshore/offshore of Ecommerce and Applications sites including Server Administration, Middleware Configuration, Project management Call Center CTI consultant with PBX and IVR experience.I am Team Lead with budgets, projects, mentoring and train other team member and I'm well versed in Perl and shell scripting, Oracle DBA administrator, Builds and Configuration Management, Technical Architect, QA/Load Testing and performance Analysis, Network Architect with Ethernet, token ring and FDDI, router, ether switch, bridge configuration and maintenance for Large Scale ATG ecommerce websites. Also I'm a Lead Designer and implementer of Networks and Internet Firewalls and Network Security. And I'm a published UNIX system admin working with various interoperable networked systems and ecommerce websites. I work with Development from the infrastructure side for architecture and design of networks, processes and systems.

Sam Gill
4.1 Average rating
19 Reviews
225 Students
13 Courses
Instructor, Sr. Consultant, Executive Director, Producer

I have been making music, since 1992. I have 3 labels, and 2 bands. I have programmed and written over 800 sequences, and when I have time, write about 80-100 songs a year. At one point I owned 19 keyboard synths, and 20+ synth rack modules. I used to record and arrange on a setup that consisted of a 24 channel Soundcraft, with 3 DA-88's and a Roland MC-50Mk2. I came to Logic and Apple in 2007, and picked up Ableton Live in 2009. I sold most of my hardware, and bought in to soft-synths, after I sampled my most used sounds, and was able to reliably use those. I continue to write to this day, and keep learning new techniques, and new ways to improve my music. Now that I have amassed such knowledge, I have found the joy of sharing what I know with others who can benefit from my years of experience.

Beside music, I have worked with electronics since 1990, and have built, repaired and fixed many things along the way. I got really sucked into electronics, when my synth passion ignited, and I found out that they need to be repaired frequently. I started repairing synths as early as 1998, learning about the ins and outs of the electronics that they were founded on.

I took an interest in programming keyboards, with my first programmable keyboard, which was a Kawai K11, which I bought in 1992. I did not know it then, but programming a keyboard, and programming a computer, are not very far off.

In 1994, I bought my one and only sequencer, a Roland MC50-Mk2, which I have to this day, and it writes in DD floppy drives. I have a collection of DD drives, since they are not easily found today. I composed over 800 sequences on that sequencer over a 10 year period. I learned how to arrange, and that arrangement method was directly transferrable to Ableton Live.

Since 1984 I also been an avid Photographer, and have invested in cameras, lenses, video equipment, and other sorts of gear, to not only share what I know, but how I think. Over time I have also developed a deeper spiritual sense, that has come to offer comfort, to those I hold dear, and has helped me to achieve peace within myself. I have published my photography works, and use my photography skills for a number of different uses. I also will have courses on photography and video techniques, to share, ones that I have learned over the years.

In 2007, I began to build up my contemplative skills, and began to think more about the world, and who I was. In 2011, I was forced to speed up this process, and went through a number of breakthroughs, and revelations. In 2013, and into 2014, I experienced spiritual awakening, in new and different ways, and had a lot of my beliefs turned upside down, or replaced, or expanded. As you may have guessed, I have now a lot to talk about on this issue, and I will be making courses for self-development, and personal development, along with helping you to understand some of the things that you may be going through, and how to cope or grow beyond them. Hope is always possible, in all situations, and a better outcome can always be pursued.

If you have a course that you would like me to teach, just send me a note, and I will add it to my list. I am always looking to help others, and mentor people, as I have the time. I hope that I have been able to help you, and grow your skills and talents, as you look for ways to express them.

I hope you enjoy watching and learning from these courses, as much as I enjoy teaching them. Be well, and take care my friend.