Linux for Beginners: Linux Basics
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In this course, you will learn Kali Linux fundamentals, how to use basic commands, how Linux File hierarchy is, how to set the network of Linux, how to install packages from package managers and source code, how to manage services, processes and monitoring.

Linux is available in a range of different distributions that are tailored to the needs and skills of its users. Simple distributions, like openSUSE, are great for personal computing, while Linux Ubuntu is ideal for network admins and computer scientists.
Linux has a somewhat inaccurate reputation as being a much more technical and complex alternative to mainstay operating systems like Windows and MacOS. In reality, Linux is an approachable, open-source, and customizable OS that’s designed to address huge deficiencies in commercial operating systems.
Our student says that: I loved this course and it taught me so many things, that now I am very competent in a terminal that has a UNIX background. Almost all of what is taught was transferable to the Mac terminal, and thanks to this course, I can even make my own scripting programs to make my life easier.

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who want to learn Linux
  • Anyone who want deep dive into Linux world
  • Those looking for alternatives to Microsoft operating systems.
  • Anyone who wants to learn how new operating systems work by improving their existing computer knowledge and skills
  • Employees of organizations planning to change Microsoft operating systems.
  • Anyone who want to learn Linux
  • Anyone who want deep dive into Linux world

What you’ll learn

  • Linux has a somewhat inaccurate reputation as being a much more technical and complex alternative to mainstay operating systems like Windows and MacOS.
  • Linux is available in a range of different distributions that are tailored to the needs and skill of their users.
  • Linux is an operating system (OS), which is the primary software that a computer uses to execute tasks and communicate directions to its hardware.
  • Both ethical (white hat) hackers and malicious (black hat) hackers often prefer to use the Linux operating system (OS) over Windows OS.
  • For beginners learning Linux to pursue a career in IT or software administration.
  • You may only need a basic understanding of how to navigate and execute functions using Linux and how applications built on Linux behave.
  • Software-focused career paths that frequently use Linux include developer and software engineering roles for Python, Java, and Linux systems.
  • The name “Linux” can refer to both the kernel itself (the Linux kernel) and an operating system built around that kernel.
  • The core component of any operating system is called the kernel. Linux’s core is simply referred to as the Linux kernel.
  • For beginners, a few of the most highly recommended Linux distributions include Elementary OS, Ubuntu Linux, and Ubuntu Budgie.
  • Other distributions that are considered easy to learn and master are Linux Mint, Zorin OS, Nitrux, Kodachi, Rescatux, and Parrot Security.
  • Learn Linux from scratch

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