Linux Command-Line & Shell Scripting for Absolute Beginners

admin
5 Min Read

Learn Linux Course Command Line and Shell Scripting for Web Development and IT Professionals

What you’ll learn

  • Master Linux Basics starting with a Linux Mint installation and setting up accounts and permissions
  • Linux for IT Professionals: Learn the Essential Skills You Need to Succeed in Your Career
  • Complete Linux Course: From Beginner to Advanced
  • Linux Mastery Course: Learn about various utilities such as Awk, Grep and Sed
  • Learn to schedule and automate tasks using Cron
  • Gain mastery over Shell Scripting by working on real-world scenarios
  • Completing a real-world Enterprise level project with professional coding standards

Requirements

  • A basic computer with a Windows or Mac operating system is all that is required
  • Some basic programming experience is required but not necessary since this course covers the basics

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone wanting to learn the basics of Linux starting from the ground up with a Linux installation
  • Anyone that wants to gain mastery over Linux Commands
  • Software developers who want to add Linux Shell Scripting to their reportoire of skills
  • Learn how to use Linux for development, such as software development, web development, or machine learning.
  • Students who are interested in a career in IT or computer science.
  • Experienced IT professionals who want to learn Linux or improve their Linux skills.
  • Web developers who want to learn how to use Linux for web development.
  • Anyone who wants to learn Linux and use it for their personal or professional needs.

Description

Learn Linux Command Line and Shell Scripting: Comprehensive Syllabus

This course covers the following topics, essential for anyone who wants to learn Linux and shell scripting:

  • Installation and Setup: Learn how to install VirtualBox and Linux Mint, and set up your environment for learning Linux.
  • Editors: Learn how to use the command-based Vi editor, as well as the popular Notepad++ editor.
  • Account Management: Understand the different types of Linux users, including root, sudo, admin, and regular users.
  • File and Directory Permissions: Learn how to manage permissions on files and folders, and understand the different permissions for users, groups, and others.
  • Linux Commands: Learn a wide range of Linux commands, including file and directory commands, user info commands, networking commands, SSH and file transfer commands, disk commands, security commands, archiving commands, search commands, and installation commands.
  • Vi Editor: Learn the most commonly used Vi editor commands.
  • Shell Expansion: Understand the different types of shell expansion, including brace expansion, tilde expansion, parameter expansion, command substitution, arithmetic expansion, process substitution, word splitting, filename expansion, and quotes.
  • Basic Shell Scripting: Learn the fundamentals of shell scripting, including variables, functions, conditional statements, loops, and regular expressions.
  • Braces, Brackets, and Parentheses: Understand how expressions are evaluated in Linux, and how to use braces, brackets, and parentheses to control the evaluation order.
  • File Descriptors: Learn about standard input, standard output, and standard error, and how to use file descriptors to interact with files and processes.
  • Iterations: Learn how to use while loops, for loops, and until loops to iterate over data.
  • Conditionals: Learn how to use IF statements and CASE statements to make decisions in your shell scripts.
  • Regular Expressions: Learn how to use regular expressions to search for and match patterns of data.
  • Arrays: Learn how to use arrays to store and manipulate data in your shell scripts.
  • AWK: Learn how to use the AWK utility to extract and format data.
  • SED: Learn how to use the SED utility to perform search and replace functions.
  • Grep: Learn how to use the Grep utility to search for patterns of data in files.
  • Utilities: Learn how to use the Cut, Sort, and Uniq utilities to manipulate data.
  • Cron Scheduling: Learn how to use the Cron scheduler to automate batch processing.
  • Processing Input and Output: Learn how to process input and output in your shell scripts.
  • Master Script: Learn how to write a comprehensive shell script that covers different areas of corporate shell scripting.

This course is designed to give you a solid foundation in Linux command line and shell scripting and to prepare you for a career in IT or any other field where Linux skills are required.

Share This Article
Leave a comment