Introduction to Linux (LFS101x)

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This course explores the various tools and techniques commonly used by Linux system administrators and end users to achieve their day-to-day work in a Linux environment. You will gain a good working knowledge of Linux and learn how to navigate through major Linux distributions, system configurations and graphical interface of Linux, basic command line operations, common applications of Linux, and more.

Course contents:

  • Chapter 1. The Linux Foundation
  • Chapter 2. Linux Philosophy and Concepts
  • Chapter 3. Linux Basics and System Startup
  • Chapter 4. Graphical Interface
  • Chapter 5. System Configuration from the Graphical Interface
  • Chapter 6. Common Applications
  • Chapter 7. Command Line Operations
  • Chapter 8. Finding Linux Documentation
  • Chapter 9. Processes
  • Chapter 10. File Operations
  • Chapter 11. Text Editors
  • Chapter 12. User Environment
  • Chapter 13. Manipulating Text
  • Chapter 14. Network Operations
  • Chapter 15. The Bash Shell and Basic Scripting
  • Chapter 16. More on Bash Shell Scripting
  • Chapter 17. Printing
  • Chapter 18. Local Security Principles
  • Final Exam

This course is designed for experienced computer users who have limited or no previous exposure to Linux, whether they are working in an individual or enterprise environment.

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Aug 2022
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About The Linux Foundation

The key to a successful open technology project is to ensure a neutral playing field for all developers, technologists, and companies to collectively contribute to project evolution and growth. The Linux Foundation was built on the idea of the democratization of code and scaling adoption, for all projects equally. Expert legal and governance support programs ensure everyone is on the same playing field.

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