Linux Mastery: Master the Linux Command Line in 11.5 Hours

Linux Mastery: Master the Linux Command Line in 11.5 Hours
Linux Mastery: Master the Linux Command Line in 11.5 Hours

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 11.5 Hours | 1.67 GB
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Learn the Linux Command Line from Scratch and Improve your Career with the World’s Most Fun Project-Based Linux Course!

Hello and welcome to the Linux Mastery Course where you are going to master the Linux command line in a project-based and unforgettable way.

This course has been expertly crafted by an award-winning University Lecturer to make sure that you rapidly improve your Linux skills, Turbocharge your productivity and Boost your career with no time wasting and no useless fluff.

Course Structure

Topic 1) Mastering the Linux Terminal

Understand the How AND Why of the Linux Command Line
If you want true mastery, it’s not enough to learn how to do something. You need to understand why.

In this section, you will learn what Linux commands are, and how they are structured so that you can get valuable insight into how working with the Linux command line works, rather than just memorising command after command after command like other Linux courses will make you do.

You will learn important concepts such as:

  • The difference between the Linux terminal and the shell
  • Command Input and Output
  • Data Redirection.
  • Connecting Linux Commands together to Build Sophisticated Data Pipelines.

And so many other useful concepts that will give you the fundamental skills to confidently use the command line to accomplish anything you want.

This course also focuses on empowering you to be an independent learner of the Linux operating system so you will also learn how to use the Linux Manual.

Knowing how to use the Linux manual will give you the independence to do what you want to do, rather than just what other people have shown you.

Topic 2) Mastering the Linux File System

Increase Productivity by Working with Files from the Linux Command Line
Once you’ve become a master of the Linux terminal and understood the critical concepts behind what you’re doing, you will then move on to gain mastery over the Linux File System.

Working with Files is what we do 99% of the time when we work with computers and in this section you will learn how to navigate the file system from the command line and perform a whole bunch of tasks with files and folders such as:

  • How to Create files and folders in Linux
  • How to Delete files and folders in Linux
  • How to Copy and paste files and folders in Linux.
  • How to Move and Rename files and folders in Linux.
  • How to Find files and Sort data in Linux.
  • How to Backup and Compress files and folders in Linux.

But you’ll do it all from the Linux command line!

You will also learn some productivity tips to squeeze every bit of juice out of your command line work as well as getting a tour of the Linux file system so that you feel right at home 🙂

Topic 3) Mastering Task Automation and Scheduling

Save time by automating the boring stuff!
Once you’ve mastered the Linux file system, we will turn our attention to task automation and scheduling.

Now, if you’re the kind of person who loves to automate tasks and free up your spare time, you will LOVE this section!

We will cover how to write bash scripts and automate them using a special scheduling program called cron so that you can automate the boring stuff and increase your productivity.

Topic 4) Mastering Package Managers and Software Repositories
Discover new tools and possibilities by exploring Open Source Software.

Then in the Final section of the course, we will turn our attention to Linux software management.

One great thing about Linux is that it is an open source operating system that is being contributed to by millions and millions of people around the world.

In this section of the course you will gain the independence to search through this enormous body of software for cool new tools that do what you want, and learn how to install and manage that software all from the Linux command line.

You will also learn how to access source code and customise programs, as well as understand the subtle differences between free and open source software.

Projects + Quizzes

At the end of each section there are capstone projects that serve as badges of honor that confirm you have fully understood concepts and are ready to progress to the next level of Linux mastery.

There are also quizzes scattered throughout the course to further check your understanding.

BONUS: Lecture Summaries + Cheat sheets.

The course also comes with free professionally-designed cheat sheets and section summaries so you don’t even need to take notes!

just focus on your learning and getting results and rest assured that all the important concepts are jotted down for you to refer to whenever you want.

+ Table of Contents

Welcome to The Course
1 Course Introduction

Mastery Level 1 Setting up your Linux Virtual Machine
2 A Quick Note…

Mastery Level 2 Mastering The Linux Terminal
3 How to Open and Close the Terminal
4 Our First Commands
5 Terminals Commands and Shells Oh My
6 Understanding Command Structure
7 Using the Linux Manual – Part 1 – The Manuals Structure
8 Using the Linux Manual – Part 2 – Reading the Man Pages
9 Using the Linux Manual – Part 3 – Putting it all together
10 Command Input and Output
11 Redirection – Part 1 – Standard Output
12 Redirection – Part 2 – Standard Input Standard Error
13 Piping – Part 1 – Piping Fundamentals
14 Piping – Part 2 – The Tee Command
15 Piping – Part 3 – The Xargs Command
16 Aliases
17 Section Conclusion

Mastery Level 3 Mastering The Linux File System
18 Section Introduction
19 The Structure of the Linux File System
20 Navigating the File System – Part 1
21 Navigating the File System – Part 2
22 Navigating the File System – Part 3
23 File Extensions in Linux
24 Wildcards
25 Creating Files and Folders – Part 1
26 Creating Files and Folders – Part 2
27 Deleting Files and Folders – Part 1
28 Deleting Files and Folders – Part 2
29 Copying Files and Folders
30 Moving Renaming Files and Folders
31 Editing Files using Nano – Part 1
32 Editing Files using Nano – Part 2
33 The Locate command – Part 1
34 The Locate Command – Part 2
35 The Find Command – Part 1
36 The Find Command – Part 2
37 The Find Command – Part 3
38 The Find Command – Part 4
39 The Find Command – Part 5
40 Viewing Files – Part 1
41 Viewing Files – Part 2
42 Sorting Data – Part 1
43 Sorting Data – Part 2
44 Searching File Content – Part 1
45 Searching File Content – Part 2
46 File Archiving and Compression – Part 1
47 File Archiving and Compression – Part 2
48 Section Conclusion

Mastery Level 4 Mastering Task Automation and Scheduling
49 Section Introduction
50 Creating Bash Scripts – Part 1
51 Creating Bash Scripts – Part 2
52 Scheduled Automation Using Cron – Part 1
53 Scheduled Automation Using Cron – Part 2

Mastery Level 5 Mastering Open Source Software
54 Section Introduction
55 The GNU Project
56 Compiling Software from Source Code
57 The Software Repositories
58 The Apt Cache
59 Updating the Cache and Upgrading Software
60 Installing New Software
61 Downloading Source Code
62 Uninstalling Software
63 Section Conclusion

Course Conclusion and Bonuses
64 Course Conclusion

Appendix Setting up your Linux Virtual Machine
65 Installing Virtual Box
66 Setting Up Your Very Own Linux Virtual Machine
67 Launching Linux For the First Time

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