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Linux Terminal Commands for Beginners

Frank A

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

      1:18
    • What Is Linux

      1:31
    • Access a Terminal (Online)

      1:01
    • Install Ubuntu Linux (Optional)

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

      1:16
    • Pwd

      0:20
    • Ls command

      2:46
    • Change directory

      1:16
    • Mkdir

      0:46
    • Cat

      1:24
    • Delete files

      0:43
    • Copy Files

      1:06
    • Rename Files

      2:22
    • Find Files

      2:41
    • Disk Use

      1:22
    • Show running processes

      1:47
    • Terminate Programs

      0:50
    • Htop

      3:06
    • Nano

      1:31
    • Emacs

      1:12
    • Redirect operator

      1:31
    • Pipe Operator

      1:12
    • Environment Variables

      1:41
    • Head and tail

      1:47
    • Sort

      1:16
    • Network Devices and Connectivity

      1:16
    • WiFi

      0:52
    • Super User

      1:25
    • Create a tar file

      1:07
    • Extract Tar Archives

      1:17
    • Create a tar.gz file

      1:22
    • Zip files

      1:14
    • Apt-get

      1:47
    • Add User

      0:42
    • Change Password

      0:56
    • Stopwatch

      0:47
    • Alias, save time in command line

      3:20
    • Bash keyboard shortcuts

      3:16
    • Browse and search commands

      2:17
    • Midnight commander

      1:18
    • File explorer nnn

      1:28
    • What is Tmux?

      1:45
    • Tmux panes

      2:01
    • Tmux windows and panes

      2:12

About This Class


Linux is the fastest growing operating system in the world, it is at heart of the Internet and computing. Learn the basic Linux commands you need to succeed 

If you are in IT, you are really missing out if you don't learn the Linux terminal. Billions of servers, embedded systems and super computers use Linux. So, don't be left behind!

At the end of this course, you will be able to use Linux Terminal Commands.

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Sharing my experience in Technology here. I have a background in Computer Science and worked with nearly every programming language on the planet. I graduated with highest distinction during my masters program. I've worked on projects ranging from Robotics, Web Apps, Mobile Apps to Embedded Systems. These courses will help you achieve your goals.

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