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Top 30 Linux Commands for Beginners course covers 30 useful linux commands. These are must know commands for all linux beginners, without learning these commands you cannot master Linux. This course comes with 30 day money back guarantee, so their is no risk if you enroll in this course. Enroll Now and get ready to enter in the world of Linux.

Commands covered in this course are:

1.  mkdir

2.  rmdir

3.  touch

4.  ls

5.  pwd

6.  date

7.  cal

8.  logname

9.  hostname

10. cd

11. reboot

12. poweroff

13. rm

14. cat

15. cp

16. mv

17. history

18. history -c

19. head

20. tail

21. wc

22. useradd

23. userdel

24. groupadd

25. groupdel

26. lock/unlock user

27. usermod

28. top

29. lsof

30. more……

All Basic but useful commands are covered. You may use these commands on daily basis. This course is best suitable for beginners only. By the end of the course you will become a pro user for Linux Commands. Always use ‘help’ command for more info on all the available commands in Linux. You will definitely love Linux once you understand it. All commands explained with practicals. Udemy is the best platform to learn, as it makes all courses affordable and are available for lifetime, you will also get free updates time to time for no extra cost. Don’t forget to download your free course completion certificate. You may use this certificate in your CV.

All The Best!

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who might be interested in learning Linux

Requirements

  • No experience required
  • Only PC with Linux installed as VM is sufficient

What you’ll learn

  • You will know how to use Top 30 commands of Linux like a pro
  • All Basic commands covered

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