Linux Operating System: A complete Linux guide for Beginners
Linux Command Line, Ubuntu, shell scripting, bash shell, Linux Administration, Linux Operating system, IT job essentials
Note: 4.4/5 (526 notes) 46,535 students
Instructor(s): Ankush Choudhary
Last update: 2022-06-17
What you’ll learn
- Linux System Administration skills.
- Complete Understanding of Linux & fill in any existing knowledge gaps.
- Linux key concepts and commands starting from scratch. (No prior Linux knowledge is required)
- Become an Independent User of the Linux Operating System.
- Have deep understanding of Linux fundamentals and concepts
- How to set up the Linux environment (Installing Linux Mint in a VM)
- Setup your own Apache Server
- Host your own website on Linux server
- A computer (Windows, Mac, or Linux) with an Internet connection.
- No prior Linux knowledge is required. You will learn everything from scratch!
- Your time and enthusiasm to learn.
This is a brand new Linux Administration course updated in November 2021.
Linux is the number 1 operating system in the Corporate world. Industry’s most powerful computers are Linux-based. Linux is a popular open-source operating system that’s easy to use and highly secure.
Every time you use Google or Facebook or any other major Internet site, you are communicating with servers running Linux. Most DVRs, airplane, and automobile entertainment systems, and recent TVs run on Linux. Also, if you are using an Android phone, you are using a flavor of Linux.
Linux offers low-cost servers that can run almost every major web development language available. With the availability of cloud computing, the Linux market share is skyrocketing.
By enrolling in this course you’ll learn what really matters and you’ll get the skills to get ahead and gain an edge, the best investment in your career!
If you want to start your career in Linux and have little or no knowledge of Linux then this course will definitely help. In this course, you will learn Linux installation, configuration, administration, shell scripting, and much more. It is specially designed for you in case you have no prior experience in Linux, or you’ve taken other related courses and you want to fill in gaps, or you are coming from other fields.
You’ll have lifetime access and you can return and look for a specific Linux concept or command anytime you want.
In addition to the lectures, there will be quizzes, additional resources, and hand-out material to aid the learning experience.
You’ll also learn how to create your own Apache Server and host a real-time website.
Who this course is for
- Beginning IT professionals who want to expand into Linux
- People with limited time.
- Anyone with a desire to learn about Linux.
- People thinking about a career as a Linux System Administrator or Engineer, and need to learn basics.
- Introduction to Course
- Course Outline
- What is linux
- Why Linux?
- Linux Distributions and History
- Brief History
- Major Linux Families
- Choosing Distro for this course
- GUI vs CLI
- Download, Install and Configure
- Installation and understanding virtualization
- Installing VirtualBox
- Downloading Linux Mint
- Creating First VM
- Installing Linux Mint
- Additional settings for VirtualBox
- On Works (alternate if can’t use vm)
- Introduction to File System and Terminal
- Look-around in Mint UI
- Linux File System Hierarchy
- Introduction to Terminal
- Linux Directory Commands
- Linux Directory Commands Part-2
- Getting Help
- Working with Files and Directories
- Printing Contents of Files
- Coping, moving, renaming Files
- Linux File Editors (nano editor)
- Linux File Editors (vi text editor)
- Search for a file (find,locate)
- Grep, Comparing Files
- Pipe and sed
- Checking File Size
- Compress and Un-compress files/directories
- System and Utility commands
- System Info
- System Utilities (Date, calander, sleep)
- Utility commands (clear exit shutdown)
- Uptime, alias
- User Management
- Changing ownership of file, folder
- Changing user permissions
- Changing permissions using num code
- Networking – Introduction
- Check your IP
- Setting up bridged network in VirtualBox
- Process and Memory
- Process (ps and top)
- Killing a Process
- Advanced Features
- Writing and running code using terminal ( C language)
- Installing Apache Server
- Setting up your own webpage
- Shell Scripting
- Bonus: Additional VirtualBox settings
- 052 – Making USB devices work with VirtualBox copy
- 053 – Using External USB Devices in a VM copy
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