75 Linux commands you ever need to work in Linux environment

the only linux commands you need to manage 95% of the linux work

Linux is NOT difficult. Its just slightly different.

What you’ll learn

  • 75 day-to-day linux commands that will cover 95% of the general work in linux environment.
  • hands-on practice of all the commands.
  • 10 different categories of commands to handle all types of basic operations in linux.
  • how single commands work together to create powerful linux commands.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 6 lectures • 26min.
  • 75 commands –> 16 lectures • 4hr 28min.
  • Thank you & What next –> 1 lecture • 3min.

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Requirements

  • general familiarity with windows or mac.

Linux is NOT difficult. Its just slightly different.

If you are using a Windows or Mac laptop then you are doing almost all the tasks that a linux user does.  Repeating again, linux is not difficult , its just slightly different.

This course will teach you 10 categories of commands ( a total of 75 commands) that are used by any advanced linux user to do 95% of the tasks on a daily basis.

For each command,

  1. purpose of the command , (explained)
  2. demo of the command and the meaning of the output of the command  ,  (shown/explained)
  3. a github page with instructions on how to execute the command , ( url provided) 
  4. a browser-based linux environment provided for practice ( live linux environment provided) 

At the end of the course there is a quiz with questions covering all the commands in the quiz.

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Linux is NOT difficult. Its just slightly different.

If you are using a Windows or Mac laptop then you are doing almost all the tasks that a linux user does.  Repeating again, linux is not difficult , its just slightly different.

This course will teach you 10 categories of commands ( a total of 75 commands) that are used by any advanced linux user to do 95% of the tasks on a daily basis.

For each command,

  1. purpose of the command , (explained)
  2. demo of the command and the meaning of the output of the command  ,  (shown/explained)
  3. a github page with instructions on how to execute the command , ( url provided) 
  4. a browser-based linux environment provided for practice ( live linux environment provided) 

At the end of the course there is a quiz with questions covering all the commands in the quiz.