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Linux Command Line Tutorial For Beginners

Yogesh Patel, Software Developer and Programming Enthu

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38 Videos (5h 20m)
    • intro

      7:57
    • ls command

      17:14
    • cd command

      11:26
    • cat command

      9:14
    • redirection

      8:50
    • mkdir

      6:14
    • rm and rmdir

      12:29
    • cp command

      11:49
    • mv command

      11:33
    • less command

      7:14
    • touch command

      5:03
    • nano command

      6:53
    • sudo command

      8:05
    • top command

      8:04
    • kill command

      8:47
    • echo command

      7:50
    • file permissions

      12:27
    • dir permissions

      7:16
    • octal or numerical permissions

      9:33
    • introduction to scripting

      9:54
    • which and whatis

      5:17
    • useradd

      7:02
    • remove users

      5:00
    • basic group commands

      6:34
    • bashrc

      7:13
    • view resources

      9:51
    • watch command

      3:42
    • head and tail

      6:49
    • find command

      7:14
    • wc command

      4:20
    • cal command

      3:49
    • date command

      5:54
    • combining commands

      9:15
    • apt get command

      12:28
    • ifconfig command

      8:29
    • tar command

      5:54
    • grep command

      10:50
    • netstat

      12:33

About This Class

Are you Curious about Linux, but not sure where to start ? Start here: “Linux Command Line Tutorial For Beginners" will teach you everything you need to know about Linux Command Line in easy-to-understand language.

The command line, also referred to as the shell, can be quite easy to learn and use, and its value soon becomes apparent after a little practice. Even a basic familiarity with it can make computers easier to use and facilitate performing tasks that might be difficult or impossible with a GUI. Such familiarity can also lead to an improved understanding of how computers actually work.

Get to know the Linux Commands watching these videos . Every video shows how to perform one task, in a practical and concise approach. By the end of it you will be familiar with most of the common Commands we normally use on computers. It is intended for the absolute beginner in a GNU/Linux environment. The series is thought and build with the end user in mind: we don't assume you know anything, we try to be as practical as possible, building up from the most basic stuff up to the more fancy configurations. We hope you will enjoy watching them!

...………So lets start wave your neurons with Ubuntu Linux.

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Yogesh Patel

Software Developer and Programming Enthu