What you would learn in Linux Mastery: Master the Linux Command Line in 11.5 Hours course?
This course was carefully designed to help you quickly improve your Linux skills, turbocharge your productivity, and boost your career. There is no wasted time and no unnecessary fluff.
Topic 1: Mastering the Linux Terminal Learn the Why and How of the Linux Command Line __S.4__
It's not enough to know how to do it. Mastery is about understanding why. Understanding why is key.
This section will explain what Linux commands are and how they are structured. It will also provide valuable insight into the workings of the Linux command line.
These concepts are important:
What is the difference between the Linux terminals and the shell?
Command input and output
To build sophisticated data pipelines, connect Linux commands
Many other concepts can be used to give you the foundation skills you need to use the command line confidently to achieve anything you desire.
This course aims to empower you to learn the Linux operating system independently. You will also learn how the Linux Manual works.
Learning to use Linux manuals will allow you to be independent and do what you want, not what others have told you.
Topic 2: Mastering the Linux File System
You can increase productivity by working with files from the Linux Command Line.
Once you have mastered the Linux terminal and understand the key concepts behind your actions, you can then master the Linux File System.
Files are what we do most of the time when working with computers. In this section, you will learn how to navigate the file system using the command line. You'll also learn how to perform tasks with folders and files such as:
Linux: How to create files and folders
Linux: How to delete files and folders
How to copy and paste files and folders under Linux
Linux: How to Move and Rename Files and Folders
How to find files in Linux and sort them.
Linux: How to backup and compress files and folders
You can do it all using the Linux command line.
Additionally, you will learn productivity tips that will help you squeeze every last bit of power out of your command-line work. You also get a tour through the Linux file system to make sure that it feels like home.
Topic 3: Scheduling and Task Automation
Automate the tedious stuff to save time!
Once you have mastered the Linux filesystem, we can turn our attention towards task automation and scheduling.
This section is for you if you love automating tasks and freeing up your time.
We'll show you how to create bash scripts using cron, a special scheduling program that automates the tedious stuff. This will allow you to increase productivity and automate the mundane.