Udemy - Command Line Survival: Transfer & Manage Files With Ease
MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | 52 kbps | 44 KHz | Duration: 1 Hours | 222 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Don't fear the terminal! Whatever you can do through a graphical (S)FTP interface you can also do on the command line.
You've gotten a new web development client and you are totally psyched!
Wait, what's that? You need to access the server through a terminal and ssh?
Have no fear! You can do it!
This course will quickly get you up to speed on all the typical commands you will use to:
Create a key pair
Connect to a remote computer
Navigate the through the directory structure
Perform file managements tasks like creating directories; copying and moving files; setting permissions on directories and files
Just follow sequentially through the lectures and all of the above and more will become clear.
Each command is presented in a separate lecture to make it easy to digest and easy to find again when you want to use the course like a reference guide.
Each command is fully demonstrated in a High Definition screen cast.
I personally guarantee that after you take this course you will be able to complete all the tasks you were formerly able to do only through a graphical interface. If you find that you are not able to do the things you could have otherwise done with a graphical interface, I will work one-on-one with you to help you through your challenge and will add that information to the course.
Click the the "Take This Course" button now and get ready to level up your command line skills!
What are the requirements?
You must have some type of command line / terminal functionality set up on your computer. This course will NOT cover enabling command line functionality. If you are a GNU/*nix user or Mac user you've already got terminal access. If you are a Windows user, it is recommended that you install something like Cygwin, but you are free to use any tool of your choosing as long as it emulates a *nix environment.
Your account should already be set up to access the remote server. This course will NOT cover how to set up the remote server to allow you to access it.
You should be added to the sudoers file on the remote server. Alternatively, and far less preferably, you should have root access to the remote server.
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 26 lectures and 56 mins of content!
Create a key pair.
Transfer files from and to your computer and a remote computer.
Manage file permissions and access.
Organize file structure.
What is the target audience?
You are used to using a graphical interface, such as an FTP client (for example, WinSCP or Filezilla) to manage files on a remote server, but now you need to be able to use the command line to perform those same types of tasks.
You will be accessing a server that is running some distribution of Linux. You are not working on a Windows server.
You are looking for a basic introduction to the command line; you are not looking for a comprehensive curriculum on doing all things command line.
You are a command line newbie; you are not already well-versed and comfortable using the command line.