English | 2015 | mp4 | H264 1280x720 | AAC 2 ch | 4 hrs | 378 MB
eLearning, IT & Software, Operating Systems | Skill level: All level
Learn tips and tricks for mastering the Linux command line and customizing the Linux Bash shell.
Once you have taken the plunge and gotten your feet wet in the world of Linux, you stop to look around and ask yourself “what’s next”? We will help you answer that question by introducing you to the powerful world of the command line. Although certain companies have spent enormous amounts of time and resources in ridding their operating system of the command line, Linux embraces the power and flexibility that it offers.
Mastering the Command Line
This course will help the new Linux user learn the power and flexibility of the command line. As a compliment to the comprehensive and user friendly GUI that is the Linux Desktop, the command line offers unparalleled control over your system, how it works and how you get work done. In this course, some of the items that will be covered are:
·Directory and File Management (Copy, Move and Delete Files and Directories)
·Shell Configuration Files and Variables
·How to View Command Line History
·Finding Files and Directories
·Streams, Piping and Redirects (and What That Means)
·Text Manipulation and Searching
·Compressing and Archiving
·Automation of Common System Tasks
After viewing these videos you will truly grasp the power at your fingertips. These command line videos will give you the tools needed to perform basic and advanced tasks whether you are logged in to your desktop or at the command line on your company server.
The Linux Academy by Pinehead.tv is committed to developing additional materials for all things Linux. We have a large number of course available for Linux Beginners to Advanced Administrators. Keep your eye on this page for more information!
What are the requirements?
- A Linux command line
What am I going to get from this course?
- Over 28 lectures and 3 hours of content!
- Learn tips & tricks for using the Linux command line
- Learn the basics and go to master
What is the target audience?
- Command Line Beginners
- Intermediate users who've used the command line