Linux Command Tutorials with Examples & Explanations – Udemy

Easy way to learn basic most important commands in Linux Administration using various examples from IT Environment.

What you’ll learn

  • Familiar with basic Linux Administration by learning most important commands.
  • Learn File System Structure in Linux & basic understanding of permissions.
  • Familiar with basic to advance level of commands.
  • Created so many labs to explain each commands with examples.
  • Good for beginners to start their career in Linux Administration.
  • Overview of commands dmesg, proc, tcpdump etc
  • mount, umount, fdisk, mkfs, fsck
  • useradd, userdel, usermod, groupadd commands
  • groupdel, id, chage, chroot, chown etc commands
  • dig, nslookup, rsync, scp, ssh, sftp etc commands
  • find, grep, locate commands
  • df, du, lsof, ps, top, who,cut, sort etc commands
  • vi, sed, awk, tar, gzip, bzip2 etc commands
  • lvm commands 

Requirements

  • PC or Laptop with internet Connection

Description

Easy way to learn basic most important commands in Linux Administration using various examples from IT Environment.

Course contents

  1. Understanding Unix/Linux File system Structure
  2. Identifying Linux File types
  3. Linux Commands tutorials on File Management
  4. Linux Commands tutorial on Communication
  5. Linux Commands tutorials on Searching
  6. Linux Commands tutorials on System Status
  7. Linux Commands tutorials on Text Processing
  8. Linux Commands tutorials on Archives & Storage
  9. Linux Commands tutorials on Users Administration
  10. Linux Commands tutorials on File Systems
  11. Linux Commands tutorials on System Information
  12. Linux commands tutorial on Service Status
  13. Linux commands tutorial on Logical Volume Manager

Commands we discussed in this course modules are as follows

1. pwd, cd, ls, less, cp, file mkdir. more. mv, cat, rm rmdir, wc, dd, head, tail, touch, ln etc

2. dig, nslookup, rsync, scp, ssh, sftp, find, grep, locate, df, du, lsof, ps, top, who,cut, sort, vi, sed, awk, tar, gzip, bzip2 etc

3. useradd, userdel, usermod, groupadd, groupdel, id, chage, chroot, chown etc

4. mount, umount, fdisk, mkfs, fsck,/proc, uptime etc

5. ping, nslookup, telnet, ifconfig, ifconfig-a, netstat -a etc

6. systemctl -at service, systemctl -t service –state=active, systemctl start name.service, systemctl enable name.service  etc

7.pvs, vgs, pvdisplay,lvs, lvdisplay, pvcreate, pvremove, vgcreate, vgrename, vgremove, vgextend, vgreduce, lvcreate, lvextend, lvreduce,fdisk, vgexport, vgimport, vgcfgrestore, vgcfgbakcup, watch, whoami, passwd, su etc

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