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Linux Training



Linux Training

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Course Overview


This course offers a comprehensive journey through the history, fundamental differences, and practical applications of Linux, catering to both new and experienced users. Beginning with a historical overview from Unix inception to the development of the Linux kernel, the course explores the stark contrasts between Linux and Windows, covering distributions, permissions, file systems, and user interface philosophies.


Participants will dive deep into the power of the command line, learning essential commands, utilities, and scripting techniques to optimise productivity and perform complex tasks efficiently.


The course also highlights the unique aspects of Linux, such as its omnipresence in various technologies, the utility of logs, the advantages of Docker and workspaces, and the ethos of security through transparency.


Practical advice for newcomers encourages installation, exploration, and active use of Linux, promoting hands-on learning. By the end of this course, attendees will have a solid understanding of Linux’s capabilities, how to navigate its environment, and leverage its vast array of resources and community support to solve real-world problems.




Learning Objectives


  • Gain a historical understanding of Linux’s development and its differences from other operating systems like Windows, including insights into distributions, permissions, and file system structures.
  • Acquire practical command-line skills, learning to navigate and manipulate the Linux environment using essential commands such as ls, cat, grep, and vim, among others.
  • Understand the significance and application of command-line utilities for tasks like file sorting, searching, and processing, enhancing efficiency and productivity in the Linux environment.
  • Learn to manage and customise the Linux command-line environment, including mounting file systems, using aliases, configuring dotfiles, and leveraging tools like tmux for parallelisation.
  • Recognise the universality and versatility of Linux in various applications, from server infrastructure to desktop computing, and appreciate the benefits of open-source principles like security through transparency.
  • Develop the ability to troubleshoot and resolve common Linux issues, effectively use logs for debugging, and explore new features and tools to continually adapt and enhance the Linux user experience.

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