Linux Tutorial – Master The Command Line



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00:00:01 – Installing Ubuntu Linux on VirtualBox in Windows
00:24:36 – Ls Command in Linux
00:38:03 – cd Command in Linux
00:46:16 – mkdir Command in Linux
01:03:00 – rmdir Command in Linux
01:12:40 – touch Command in Linux
01:20:47 – cat Command in Linux
01:30:34 – rm Command in Linux
01:40:14 – cp Command in Linux
01:51:18 – mv Command in Linux
02:00:58 – test exercise
02:10:21 – unzip Command in Linux
02:18:49 – zip Command in Linux
02:34:43 – File Permissions in Linux. How to Read, Write & Change
02:54:09 – How to Use the chmod Command on Linux
03:24:50 – How to Add Users and Create Users with useradd
03:34:43 – groupadd command in Linux with examples
03:51:06 – Usermod Command in Linux
04:02:10 – usermod command in Linux with Examples
04:07:36 – Head command in Linux with examples
04:14:03 – Tail command in Linux with examples
04:22:59 – Chown Command in Linux
04:32:40 – chgrp command in Linux with Examples
04:38:50 – Ping Command in Linux
04:57:55 – traceroute command in Linux with Examples
05:09:58 – MTR command in Linux
05:23:19 – host Command In Linux With Examples | 05:26:55 – ifconfig command in Linux | 05:30:59 – ip command in Linux
05:37:25 – whois command in Linux
05:44:50 – nslookup command in Linux
06:05:18 – Wget command in Linux
06:17:34 – How to Mirror a Website Using wget command
06:31:07 – ssh command in Linux with Examples
06:46:44 – scp command – SCP to Securely Transfer Files/Folders in Linux
06:49:13 – Uptime command in Linux with Examples – How to Check Uptime in Linux Command Line
06:54:43 – Processes in Linux/Unix
06:59:16 – nl command in Linux with Examples
07:14:53 – chage command in Linux with examples | How to Use Linux Chage Command
07:21:43 – passwd command in Linux with examples | How to Use Linux passwd Command
07:24:00 – hostname command in Linux with examples | How to Use Linux hostname Command
07:31:23 – uname command in Linux with examples | How to Use Linux uname Command
07:43:21 – ps command in Linux with examples | How to Use Linux ps Command
07:53:01 – Top command in Linux with examples | How to Use Linux Top Command
– Kill command in Linux with examples | How to Use Linux Kill Command In this course, you will learn the fundamental skills required to navigate and work with the Linux command line. We will start by installing Ubuntu Linux on VirtualBox in Windows, and then proceed to cover a variety of basic Linux commands, including the "ls" command for listing directory contents, the "cd" command for changing directories, the "mkdir" command for creating directories, the "rmdir" command for deleting directories, the "touch" command for creating files, the "cat" command for displaying file contents, the "rm" command for deleting files, the "cp" command for copying files, and the "mv" command for moving files. We will also delve into more advanced topics such as file permissions, user and group management with the "chmod", "useradd", and "groupadd" commands, the "head" and "tail" commands for viewing the beginning and end of a file, the "chown" and "chgrp" commands for changing file ownership and group membership, and the "ping", "traceroute", and "mtr" commands for network troubleshooting. Additionally, we will cover important network utilities such as "ifconfig", "ip", "whois", "nslookup", and "wget", as well as secure file transfer with "ssh" and "scp". We will also discuss system monitoring tools like "uptime", "ps", "top", and "kill", and explore the "nl", "chage", and "passwd" commands. By the end of this course, you will have a solid foundation in the Linux command line and be well-prepared to take on more advanced tasks and challenges. So, enroll now and let's get started!

Linux Tutorial – Master The Command Line

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