- To start this course you just have the interest to learn Linux.
When I ask people to tell me what their biggest challenge is to learn Linux, they all say the same thing, Time.And that’s why I’ve created this course. You just give me 45 minutes a day for the next five days and this course will teach you exactly what you need to know about the Linux operating system.You are going to learn the most important concepts and commands, and I’ll even guide you step by step through several practical and real world examples. If you can spare a few minutes a day and want to learn the ins and outs of the Linux Operating System.
Course Overview : –
Welcome to Learn Linux in 5 Days course.
On day one you’ll learn what Linux is, how it came to be and some of its strengths and weaknesses. You’ll also learn a few different methods to gaining access to an already installed and running Linux system. If you want to learn how to install Linux on your own, don’t worry, you’ll learn how to do that too.
Finally, on day one, we’ll talk about the various ways to connect to a Linux system and the software you’ll need to do so.
In Short, you are going to learn in Day 1:-
- Background and history of Linux.
- What Linux is and what distributions are.
- Places to practice your Linux skills.
- How to Install Linux.
- Ways to connect to Linux System.
Day 2: –
You’ll start out day two by learning about the Linux directory structure and where various components of the operating system reside.Next, you’ll get an introduction to the Linux command line interface, and learn some of the most essential and often used commands. Even the most experienced Linux users need help from time to time, and you’ll learn how and where to find that as well.You’ll also learn about the superuser account, why it exists and when you need to use it. You’ll wrap up day two by learning some directory shortcuts and how to navigate the file system.
In Short, you are going to learn in Day 2:-
- Linux Filesystem hierarchy.
- The command line interface.
- Getting help, finding documentation.
- Root, the superuser.
- Linux directories and navigating.
Day three will include lessons on file and directory permissions.You’ll learn how to read permissions, what they mean, and how to set them. You’ll also pick up some tips on working with groups and the permissions you should use when doing so. Next, you’ll learn two commands that will help you find any file or directory on a Linux system.You’ll learn how to view the contents of files and how to edit them.We’ll also cover command-line editors as well as editors that you can use in a graphical environment.
In Short, you are going to learn in Day 3:-
- How to read, set, and change file and directory permissions
- Sharing files and directories with others.
- Finding files and directories.
- Viewing and editing files.
You’ll start out day four by learning how to delete, copy, move and renames files and directories.You’ll tackle input and output redirection before learning how to compare the contents of files and directions.
Next, I’ll show you how to search for data within files. You’ll learn how to customize your command line shell prompt to your liking and learn how to use aliases.
Finally, on day four, you’ll learn how to transfer data between your local operating system and a Linux host. You’ll even learn how to copy files from one Linux system to another.
In Short, you are going to learn in Day 4:-
- Delete, Copy, Move, and rename operations.
- Input, Output, and Redirection.
- Searching for data.
- Customizing your prompt and aliases.
- Transfering files over the network.
On the final day, you’ll learn how to examine and manipulate processes and jobs.You’ll learn how to automate tasks and make them recurring events.We’ll talk about how to switch between users on a Linux system too.You’ll also pick up some tips that will greatly speed up your work flow at the command line.
Finally, you’ll wrap up the course with learning how to find, install, update and remove software.
In Short, you are going to learn in Day 5:-
- Processes and job control.
- Schedule and automate jobs.
- Switching users.
- Command line efficiency tips.
- Software package management.
Content Source:- https://www.udemy.com/learn-linux-in-5-days/
From: Udemy | By: Jason Cannon
Duration: 5.5 hours | Video Quality: MP4
File Size: 379MB