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Linux Commands for Beginners

Linux Tutorial - Shell Bash Commands from the Beginning with Examples

Learn BASH command interpreter explained step by step and with examples.

In this course you will learn to use a command interpreter in Linux. I will teach you all the necessary concepts from the beginning and step by step, so you will have a good base on which to expand your skills with this powerful way of using an Operating System. Whether you are initiated in its use or if you have never seen it, you will take advantage of the explanations and exercises that I am going to teach you.

In the first topic I will explain what Linux is and how the command interpreter fits into the operating system. You will also see how to install it using a virtual machine so you can do all the practices and experiments you want without fear that your computer will suffer some damage.

In the second block you will learn to manage the elements of the filesystem: files and directories. You will understand how they are organized and you can move about the directory structure quickly and effectively. You will also learn how to create, change or delete both files and folders.

Like Linux in a multi-user system, in the third topic you will know how users, groups and permissions are organized.

Finally you will learn to install software from official servers or from any compatible file. You will hallucinate with the amount of free programs that you can enjoy in a few seconds.

Do not hesitate, take the course and lose your fear of the console mode, your computer skills will grow exponentially!

What you’ll learn

  • 🐧 Get and install Linux
  • 🏼 Understand the structure and syntax of Linux commands
  • ❓Get quick help from any system command
  • 📂 Manage your files and folders quickly and effectively
  • 🛠 Use all the tools offered by the command interpreter to be more efficient using Linux
  • 💡Understand and manage concepts such as file system paths, both relative and abusive
  • 👨‍💻Create users and assign them permissions and passwords
  • 💿 Install and configure the large amount of free software offered by Linux
  • 🕸 Modify system repositories
  • *️⃣ Use wildcards and file system shortcuts
  • 💻 Know the information offered by the system prompt

#linux #ubuntu #bash #shell

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Linux Commands for Beginners

Examples of the dig command in Linux

Dig Command Line Options and Examples
Here is the frequently used command line options and example’s of dig command.
1. Basic Dig Command
A basic dig command accept domain name as command line parameter and prints Address record.
2. Query With Specific DNS Server
The default dig command queries to dns server configured on your system. For example, the Linux systems keep default DNS entry in /etc/resolv.conf.
3. Print Short Answer
Use +short command line option to print result in short form. This is basically useful with the shell scripting and other automation tasks.
4. Print Detailed but Specific Result
Use +noall with +answer to print detailed information but specific. This will print only answer section including few more details as a result.

#linux commands #command #dig #dig command #useful examples #linux

Useful Example for the mv command in Linux

mv Command Examples
Below is the basic mv command examples on Linux terminal.

  • Rename file in current directory – For example rename file source.txt to dest.txt in current directory.
  • Move file to destination directory – Move a source.txt file available in current directory to /tmp directory. In above command the file name is unchanged at target directory. You can also rename file name at destination directory just by providing filename at destination.
  • Move file from source directory to destination directory – We can also move files or directory from some other directory to destination directory.
  • Move multiple files to destination at once – The mv accepts multiple source files and move them to the destination directory at once. The following command will move file1.txt, file2.txt in current directory and /opt/file3.txt to the /tmp directory. Here the last command line parameter is used as destination by the mv command.

#linux commands #command #mv #useful example #mv command #linux

The Best Linux For Beginners is Arch Linux. Period.

Arch Linux is perceived as a difficult OS to install and use. This is why some of the users are so unbelievably smug. They passed the threshold and installed it, so they’re a member of an exclusive club. They must know more than anyone else, right?

Arch Linux has a learning curve. There is no installer (from the creators). You have to boot into a shell, mount a hard drive, copy over some binaries, and get started. You have to compile many things from source code. You have to know your hardware. You have to know exactly what you want because nothing is included with it.

#linux #arch linux #best linux #beginners

date command in Linux with Examples

date Command Examples
Show date time in UTC/GMT
View past dates on specific days
View future dates
View date in other timezone
Print date in specific format
View file modification time

#linux commands #command #date #linux

20 Funny Commands of Linux or Linux is Fun in Terminal

1. Command: sl (Steam Locomotive)

2. Command: telnet

3. Command: fortune

4. Command: rev (Reverse)

5. Command: factor

6. Command: script

7. Command: Cowsay

8. Command: yes

9. Command: toilet

10. Command: cmatrix

#linux commands #terminal #funny commands #linux