Unix Essential Training

Unix Essential Training

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 2h 38m | 427 MB


Although it was developed in the 1970s, Unix remains an essential skill for anyone working in technology today, and serves as the backbone of many modern technologies like smartphones, streaming services, and supercomputers. In Unix Essential Training, Kevin Skoglund teaches Unix from the ground up, starting with the basics of the command line and the most important Unix commands. Regardless of whether you’re using Mac OS, Windows, or Linux, Kevin helps you unlock the powerful capabilities of Unix by walking you through how to use command-line syntax to perform common tasks such as file management, data entry, and text manipulation. By the end of the course, you’ll have tools that you can immediately apply to your own work.

+ Table of Contents

1 Work with Unix from the command line
2 What is Unix
3 Ways to access Unix
4 Logging in and using the command prompt
5 Command structure
6 Kernel and shells
7 Unix text editors
8 File system basics
9 Creating files
10 Reading files
11 Creating directories
12 Moving and renaming files and directories
13 Copying files and directories
14 Deleting files and directories
15 Creating symbolic links
16 Searching for files and directories
17 Users and groups
18 File and directory ownerships
19 File and directory permissions
20 Setting permissions
21 Root, sudo, and sudoers
22 Command basics
23 System information commands
24 Monitoring processes
25 Stopping processes
26 Using the command history
27 Command history shortcuts
28 Directing output to a file
29 Directing input from a file
30 Piping output to input
31 Suppressing output
32 Profile, login, and resource files
33 Setting command aliases
34 Setting the PATH variable
35 Customizing the command prompt
36 Next steps