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IT Linux Crash Course

Linux System Administration and Linux Command Line


UTCLI LLC

Summary

Price
£12 inc VAT
Study method
Online, On Demand What's this?
Duration
18 hours
Qualification
No formal qualification
Optional extras

Digital certificate included in price


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Overview

What you'll learn

  • Linux basic system administration

  • Efficient in basic Linux command line

  • A very well understanding of how Linux works

Curriculum

5
sections
67
lectures
18h 1m
total
    • 3: Welcome to Saturday 00:22
    • 4: What is Linux? 03:14
    • 5: What is VirtualBox? 01:52
    • 6: Oracle Virtual Box Installation 03:32
    • 7: Creating Virtual Machine 05:21
    • 8: Linux Distributions 02:30
    • 9: Linux CentOS7 Installation (Recommended) 25:06
    • 10: Linux CentOS8 Installation (Optional) 24:33
    • 11: Download and Install Putty 02:33
    • 12: Connect Linux VM through Putty 05:04
    • 13: Changing Password 04:36
    • 14: Introduction to File System and Structure 05:14
    • 15: File System Navigation Commands 09:59
    • 16: Directory Listing Overview 03:12
    • 17: Creating Files and Directories 08:47
    • 18: Pipes 05:09
    • 19: File Permissions 12:58
    • 20: File Ownership Commands 11:36
    • 21: Adding Text to Files 12:32
    • 22: Help Commands 05:02
    • 23: Changing from 32 to 64 bit 01:00 PDF
    • 24: File System Detail 08:00 PDF
    • 25: History of Unix 02:00 PDF
    • 26: CentOS Installation Guide 26:00 PDF
    • 27: Change Password in Linux 01:00 PDF
    • 28: File Names 01:00 PDF
    • 29: Linux Structure 01:00 PDF
    • 30: Operating System 01:00 PDF
    • 31: Oracle Virtual Box User Manual 10:53:00 PDF
    • 32: Saturday Homework 01:00 PDF
    • 33: Welcome to Sunday 00:20
    • 34: File Maintenance Commands (cp, rm, mv, mkdir, rmdir) 11:44
    • 35: File Display Commands (cat, less, more, head, tail, vi) 08:17
    • 36: Filters / Text Processing Commands (cut, sort, grep, awk, uniq, wc) 13:24
    • 37: Finding System Information (uname, cat /etc/redhat-release, cat /etc/*rel*, dmid 04:40
    • 38: Linux File Editor (vi) 14:32
    • 39: User Account Management (useradd, groupadd, usermod, userdel, groupdel) 15:01
    • 40: Switch Users and Sudo Access (su, sudo) 08:43
    • 41: System Utility Commands (date, uptime, hostname, uname, which, cal, bc) 08:48
    • 42: Processes and Schedules (systemctl, ps, top, kill, crontab and at) 19:39
    • 43: System Maintenance Commands (shutdown, reboot, halt, init) 05:02
    • 44: System Monitoring Commands (top, df, dmesg, iostat 1, netstat, free) 09:09
    • 45: Shell Scripting 03:18
    • 46: Basic Shell Scripts 12:41
    • 47: History Command (history) 05:12
    • 48: Enabling Internet in Linux VM 03:01
    • 49: Network Files and Commands (ping, ifconfig, netstat, tcpdump, networking confi 09:26
    • 50: System Updates and Repositories (rpm and yum) 12:11
    • 51: Adding Text to Files 01:00 PDF
    • 52: Basic Shell Scripts 01:00 PDF
    • 53: Command Syntax 01:00 PDF
    • 54: Creating Local Yum Repo 01:00 PDF
    • 55: File Display Commands 02:00 PDF
    • 56: File Maintenance Commands 07:00 PDF
    • 57: Filters - Text Processing Commands 13:00 PDF
    • 58: Finding System Information 10:00 PDF
    • 59: Monitor User Commands 05:00 PDF
    • 60: Networking 02:00 PDF
    • 61: Processes 03:00 PDF
    • 62: System Resource Commands 02:00 PDF
    • 63: TAB Completion 01:00 PDF
    • 64: Unix Shell Scripting 05:00 PDF
    • 65: User Account Management 01:00 PDF
    • 66: vi Commands 04:00 PDF
    • 67: Sunday Homework 03:00 PDF

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Description

This course is for someone who needs basic training in Linux, someone who is already in IT and wants to add a new skill. It is specifically designed for those who have been really busy with their work and don't have enough time. Now you don't have to stay awake at night or sneak out of your lunch break. You will learn so many Linux commands in just 2 days. Sounds unreal? Well take a look at my syllabus and you see what I will be covering and then ask yourself if it is worth spending a couple of hours for only 2 days:

Saturday – Basic Linux

  • Understanding of Linux?

  • What is Oracle Virtual Box?

  • Oracle Virtual Box Installation

  • Creating virtual machine

  • Linux Distributions

  • Linux Installation

  • Download and install Putty

  • Connect Linux VM via Putty

  • Changing Password

  • Introduction to File System

  • File system structure description

  • File system navigation commands

  • Directory listing overview

  • Creating Files and Directories

  • File Permissions (chmod)

  • File Ownership (chown, chgrp)

  • Getting Help (man, whatis etc.)

  • Adding text to file

  • Pipes ( | )

Sunday – Advance Linux

  • File Maintenance Commands

  • File Display Commands

  • Filters / Text Processing Commands (cut, sort, grep, awk, uniq, wc)

  • Finding System Information (uname, cat /etc/redhat-release, cat /etc/*rel*, dmidecode)

  • Linux File Editors (vi text editor)

  • User account management

  • Switch users and Sudo access

  • System utility commands (date, uptime, hostname, which, cal, bc etc.)

  • Processes and schedules (systemctl, ps, top, kill, crontab and at)

  • OS Maintenance Commands (shutdown, reboot, halt, init etc.)

  • System Monitoring Commands (top, df, dmesg, iostat 1, netstat, free etc.)

  • Shell scripting

  • Basic Shell scripts

  • Aliases

  • Command history

  • Enabling Internet in Linux VM

  • Network Files and Commands (ping, ifconfig, netstat, tcpdump, networking config files)

  • System Updates and Repositories (rpm and yum)

  • System Run Levels

Who is this course for?

  • Anyone who has very limited time to learn Linux
  • Anyone who wants the fastest and efficient way to learn Linux
  • Anyone who is already in IT and wants to add a new skill
  • Network, Storage, Database or Software engineers, developers, IT Helpdesk technicians
  • Someone with no patience to spend end less hours learning a new skill
  • Anyone who wants to level up his or her career

Requirements

  • Desire to learn Linux Superfast

  • PC or MAC Computer

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Optional extras

Digital certificate

Reed courses certificate of completion is included in course price

Additional information:

Will be downloadable when all lectures have been completed

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