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25-06-2021, 01:03

Linux / Unix For Beginners

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Linux / Unix For Beginners
Linux / Unix For Beginners
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 48000 Hz
Language: English | Size: 1.31 GB | Duration: 3h 39m
What you'll learn


What is Unix Vs Linux ?
Unix Architecture
Linux Essential Commands
Linux Permissions
File Management
Environment Variables
Pipes Filters and Redirections
Processes Management
Vi / Vim Editor
Linux/Unix File System
Linux/Unix User Administration + Sudo
Shell Scripting
Eager to learn and Patience !!!
Linux is an open source operating system (OS). An operating system is the software that directly manages a system's hardware and resources, like CPU, memory, and storage. The OS sits between applications and hardware and makes the connections between all of your software and the physical resources that do the work

Unix was developed by AT&T Bell labs and is not open source and it is licensed OS, e.g: SunOS, Solaris, SCO UNIX, AIX, HP/UX, ULTRIX etc.

What Is a Linux Distro?

Linux isn’t like Windows or Mac OS X. Microsoft combines all the bits of Windows internally to produce each new release of Windows and distributes it as a single package. If you want Windows, you’ll need to choose one of the versions Microsoft is offering.

Linux works differently. The Linux operating system isn’t produced by a single organization. Different organizations and people work on different parts. There’s the Linux kernel (the core of the operating system), the GNU shell utilities (the terminal interface and many of the commands you use), the X server (which produces a graphical desktop), the desktop environment (which runs on the X server to provide a graphical desktop), and more. System services, graphical programs, terminal commands – many are developed independently from another. They’re all open-source software distributed in source code form.

In This Course you will Learn:
•What is Unix Vs Linux ?
•Unix Architecture
•Linux Essential Commands
•Linux Permissions
•File Management
•Environment Variables
•Pipes Filters and Redirections
•Processes Management
•Vi / Vim Editor
•Linux/Unix File System
•Linux/Unix User Administration + Sudo
• Shell Scripting

Does the Linux/Unix For Beginners course have a money back guarantee or refund policy?

YES, Linux/Unix For Beginners has a 30-day money back guarantee. The 30-day refund policy is designed to allow students to study without risk.

Who this course is for:
DevOps Engineers
Software Engineers
System Adminstartors
Any One in Any IT Field


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