Perfect 3 Days Linux Course

Video description

Linux administration and command line

About This Video

  • Get to grips with fundamental Linux concepts
  • Explore useful examples and smart tips throughout the course
  • Benefit from the course’s easy-to-follow three-day learning schedule

In Detail

This course is designed to help you quickly get started with learning Linux. As you build on your knowledge, you’ll be able to confidently carry out Linux installation and even manage the Linux server by running commands. By spending only a few hours every day for three days, you’ll cover essential Linux concepts including the following:

  • Day 1 – Installation, Configuration, File System and Basic Commands
  • Day 2 – Linux System Administration
  • Day 3 – Advanced Linux System Administration

Downloading the example code for this course: You can download the example code files for this course on GitHub at the following link: https://github.com/Asif-packt/Perfect-3-Days-Linux-Course. If you require support please email: customercare@packt.com

Table of contents

  1. Chapter 1 : Syllabus Overview
    1. Syllabus Overview 00:04:25
  2. Chapter 2 : Day 1 - Installation, Configuration, File System and Basic Commands
    1. Welcome to Day 1 00:00:20
    2. What is Linux? 00:03:14
    3. Linux Distributions 00:02:30
    4. What is Virtual Box? 00:01:52
    5. Installing Virtual Box 00:03:32
    6. Creating Virtual Machine 00:05:21
    7. Linux CentOS Installation 00:23:25
    8. Install Putty (Client Terminal) 00:02:33
    9. Connect Linux through putty Terminal 00:05:04
    10. Changing User Password 00:04:36
    11. Introduction to File System 00:05:14
    12. File System Structure Description 00:12:31
    13. File System Navigation Commands (cd, ls and pwd) 00:09:59
    14. Absolute and Relative Path 00:05:04
    15. Directory Listing Overview 00:03:12
    16. Creating Files and Directories (touch, cp, echo, vi) 00:08:47
    17. Finding Files and Directories (find, locate) 00:07:07
    18. Wildcards (*, ?, []) 00:10:02
  3. Chapter 3 : Day 2 - Linux System Administration
    1. Welcome to Day 2 00:00:12
    2. Pipe 00:05:09
    3. Files and Directory Permissions 00:12:58
    4. File Ownership Commands 00:11:36
    5. Getting Help (man, whatis) 00:05:02
    6. Adding Text to Files 00:12:32
    7. File System Maintenance (cp, mv, rm) 00:11:44
    8. File Display Commands 00:08:17
    9. Filters / Text Processing Commands (cut, awk, grep, sort, uniq, wc) 00:13:24
    10. Compare Files (diff, cmp) 00:04:22
    11. Compress and un-compress (tar, gzip, gunzip) 00:09:42
    12. vi Editor (File Editor) 00:14:32
    13. User Account Management 00:15:01
    14. Switch Users and Sudo Access 00:08:41
    15. Monitor Users (who, last, w, id) 00:07:07
    16. System Utility Commands (date, uptime, hostname, which, cal, bc etc.) 00:08:48
  4. Chapter 4 : Day 3 - Advance Linux System Administration
    1. Welcome to Day 3 - Advance Linux System Administration 00:00:28
    2. Processes and Jobs (systemctl, ps, top, kill, crontab and at) 00:19:39
    3. System Monitoring Commands (top, df, dmesg, iostat 1, netstat, free etc.) 00:09:09
    4. System Maintenance Commands (shutdown, reboot, halt, init etc.) 00:05:02
    5. Changing System Hostname 00:05:45
    6. Finding System Information (uname, cat /etc/redhat-release, cat /etc/*rel*) 00:04:40
    7. Terminal control keys 00:03:46
    8. What is Kernel? 00:02:25
    9. What is Shell? 00:03:08
    10. Shell Scripting 00:03:18
    11. Basic Shell Scripts 00:12:41
    12. Aliases (alias, unalias) 00:09:40
    13. Shell History (history) 00:05:12
    14. Enabling Internet in Linux VM 00:03:01
    15. Network files and commands (ping, ifconfig, netstat, tcpdump) 00:09:26
    16. NIC Information (ethtool) 00:07:07
    17. System updates and repositories (rpm and yum) 00:12:11
    18. System Upgrade and Patch Management 00:08:41
    19. System Run Levels 00:04:51
    20. File Transfer (ftp, scp, rsync) 00:10:25
    21. Tracing Network Traffic 00:06:07
    22. Message of the Day 00:03:11
    23. Disk Partition (df, fdisk) 00:03:08

Product information

  • Title: Perfect 3 Days Linux Course
  • Author(s): Imran Afzal
  • Release date: May 2019
  • Publisher(s): Packt Publishing
  • ISBN: 9781838983055