Linux Command Line Interface and BASH Scripting

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55 Videos (2h 54m)
    • Introduction

      0:45
    • Preparation

      3:23
    • What is Linux

      0:41
    • What is Linux Terminal

      0:50
    • Linux File System Hierarchy

      4:09
    • Terminal Interface Basics

      0:51
    • man and --help

      1:28
    • pwd and cd

      1:30
    • ls

      0:46
    • ls -l

      1:55
    • ls -lh

      1:55
    • ls -lhS

      1:58
    • ls -a and ls -A

      4:03
    • ls and cd

      3:58
    • cp and mv

      1:16
    • cp

      2:59
    • mv

      3:32
    • rm and rm -i

      2:34
    • rm -rf

      1:45
    • mkdir and rmdir

      2:15
    • touch

      1:19
    • * Wildcard

      4:38
    • cat

      1:56
    • less

      2:36
    • grep

      4:13
    • Output Redirection

      1:52
    • Output Redirection Example

      4:55
    • find

      4:02
    • du

      6:24
    • Symbolic Links

      3:38
    • A Note on Symbolic Links

      2:33
    • Aliases

      7:47
    • vi

      3:53
    • Multiple Pipes

      7:33
    • sed

      7:34
    • Permissions - Explained

      9:01
    • Permissions - Examples

      4:26
    • What is a BASH Script

      0:55
    • Hello World

      3:17
    • Hello World with Variables

      2:01
    • Arithmetic Operations

      2:21
    • Conditionals

      0:36
    • if

      4:36
    • elif

      2:42
    • && and ||

      4:09
    • if with Strings

      2:54
    • read

      3:18
    • Loops - Introduction

      0:27
    • for Loop

      4:07
    • while Loop

      2:58
    • Passing Arguments

      2:15
    • Functions - Introduction

      0:37
    • Functions - Examples

      4:47
    • Menus

      4:48
    • Simple Script Example

      6:23

About This Class

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This capsule is aimed to get you comfortable with the Linux Operating System, Linux Command Line and BASH Scripting... in just under 3 hours!

Linux is one of the most powerful operating systems out-there. Powering 80% of financial trades as well as 90% of super-computers - It is a MUST know in today's fast growing information technology world.

BASH is the command language interpreter (CLI) for the Linux operating system. This is the tool that interprets your commands to the Linux operating system.

BASH Script is a file that contains a set of commands that tells the computer what to do, using a certain logic. This helps you to automate tasks on your Linux machine as well as create custom scripts for a variety of different usages.

Required Downloads:

  • https://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop
  • https://my.vmware.com/en/web/vmware/free#desktop_end_user_computing/vmware_workstation_player/12_0

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