Linux Terminal Commands for Beginners

Frank A

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44 Lessons (1h 14m)
    • 1. Linux - Course Overview

      1:18
    • 2. What Is Linux

      1:31
    • 3. Access a Terminal (Online)

      1:01
    • 4. Install Ubuntu Linux (Optional)

      8:15
    • 5. Start Linux Terminal in Ubuntu (Optional)

      1:16
    • 6. Pwd

      0:20
    • 7. Ls command

      2:46
    • 8. Change directory

      1:16
    • 9. Mkdir

      0:46
    • 10. Cat

      1:24
    • 11. Delete files

      0:43
    • 12. Copy Files

      1:06
    • 13. Rename Files

      2:22
    • 14. Find Files

      2:41
    • 15. Disk Use

      1:22
    • 16. Show running processes

      1:47
    • 17. Terminate Programs

      0:50
    • 18. Htop

      3:06
    • 19. Nano

      1:31
    • 20. Emacs

      1:12
    • 21. Redirect operator

      1:31
    • 22. Pipe Operator

      1:12
    • 23. Environment Variables

      1:41
    • 24. Head and tail

      1:47
    • 25. Sort

      1:16
    • 26. Network Devices and Connectivity

      1:16
    • 27. WiFi

      0:52
    • 28. Super User

      1:25
    • 29. Create a tar file

      1:07
    • 30. Extract Tar Archives

      1:17
    • 31. Create a tar.gz file

      1:22
    • 32. Zip files

      1:14
    • 33. Apt-get

      1:47
    • 34. Add User

      0:42
    • 35. Change Password

      0:56
    • 36. Stopwatch

      0:47
    • 37. Alias, save time in command line

      3:20
    • 38. Bash keyboard shortcuts

      3:16
    • 39. Browse and search commands

      2:17
    • 40. Midnight commander

      1:18
    • 41. File explorer nnn

      1:28
    • 42. What is Tmux?

      1:45
    • 43. Tmux panes

      2:01
    • 44. Tmux windows and panes

      2:12
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6 of 7 students recommend this class
It it good to learn the basic commands of linux.
good for beginners