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Learning Linux Command Line


Introduction
Learning Linux command line
What you should know
A very quick intro to Linux

1. Setting Up Your Environment
Creating a Linux virtual machine
Windows Subsystem for Linux on Windows 10
Following along on a Mac
Following along on Linux
Using a cloud provider

2. Command-Line Basics
What is the command line?
How commands are structured
Write commands in a shell at the prompt
Helpful keyboard shortcuts in the terminal
Finding help for commands

3. Files, Folders, and Permissions
Files, folders, and navigation
A little more about ls
Create and remove folders
Copy, move, and delete files and folders
Find files from the command line
User roles and sudo
File permissions
Create hard and symbolic links
The Linux filesystem

4. Common Command-Line Tasks and Tools
The Unix philosophy
Use pipes to connect commands together
View text files with cat, head, tail, and less
Search for text in files and streams with grep
Manipulate text with awk, sed, and sort
Edit text with Vim
Edit text with nano
Working with TAR and ZIP archives
Output redirection
Exploring environment variables and PATH
Challenge: Extract information from a text file
Solution: Extract information from a text file

5. A Peek at Some More Advanced Topics
Find distro and kernel information
Find system hardware and disk information
Install and update software with a package manager

Conclusion
Next steps