Linux Command Line Basics Download
This is an introductory course to the Linux command Line. It’s great for both Linux beginners and advanced Linux users.
What you’ll learn
- realize the potential of the Linux command line.
- navigating the Linux Filesystem.
- explain the Linux Filesystem hierarchy.
- use command options.
- create hard and soft links.
- use powerful Linux wild cards.
- create,view and manipulate files.
- use different Linux text editors (nano,gedit).
- find help while using the Linux command line.
- create you own Linux commands .
- A desire to learn Linux.
- any Linux distribution installed on your computer ( even on a virtual machine).
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- Learn to appreciate the power of the Linux command line.
- Understand the structure of the Linux File System.
- Learn how to utilize Linux man pages and help tools.
- Realize the differences between soft and hard links.
- Learn how to navigate your Linux File System using few simple commands!
- Learn how to create, modify and process files.
- Learn how to create your own Linux commands.
You will also find animated videos to help you understand complex Linux concepts in a very simple way.
There is a file associated with every video explaining the commands to reinforce your understanding and to clear any confusion you have.
Who this course is for:
- anyone who wants to get started with Linux.
- existing Linux users or learners who wants to be effective at using the Linux command Line.
- windows or mac users who wants to migrate to Linux but are afraid to make the move!
- aspiring Linux system administrators.