A Beginners Guide to Linux

A Beginners Guide to Linux
A Beginners Guide to Linux

English | MP4 | AVC 1920×1080 | AAC 44KHz 2ch | 2h 16m | 1.10 GB
eLearning | Skill level: All Levels


A structured approach to learning and master Linux quickly

Linux is the most popular and most important OS running our modern world. From cloud servers to smartphones, from nuclear reactors to spaceships Linux is being adopted as the operating system of choice. There is no way around it and we have created a perfect course which can help anyone get started on Linux quickly. It is designed to keep things simple and elegant for the new users and is perfect to get a complete overview of Linux without wasting too much time. Start now and you will be able to use Linux like a professional

A complete course packed with step-by-step instructions, working examples, and helpful advice. This course is clearly divided into small parts that will help you understand each part individually and help you learn at your own pace.

What You Will Learn

  • Learn to use Linux like professionals
  • Learn to work on Vim editor
  • Learn about Linux processes
  • Learn about wildcards and pipes
+ Table of Contents

01 Introduction
02 Why you should know Linux
03 Linux Distributions
04 Using VirtualBox on Windows
05 Installing Centos from scratch
06 Installing Ubuntu from scratch
07 Directory Structure
08 Introduction to the Terminal
09 Handling Files in the Terminal
10 Vim
11 Nano
12 Graphical Editors
13 Wildcards
14 Pipes
15 Aliases
16 Shell and Environment Variables Part 1
17 Shell and Environment Variables Part 2
18 Cronjobs


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