In this course, you will :
- Understand the syntax and structure of Linux commands.
- Any system command can provide immediate assistance.
- Manage your files and folders efficiently and quickly.
- To make Linux more efficient, use all of the tools provided by the command interpreter.
- Understand and manage concepts such as relative and abusive file system paths.
- Create users and give them access and passwords.
- Install and configure the vast array of free software available through the Linux Modify system repositories.
- Use wildcards and file system shortcuts to your advantage.
- Understand the information provided by the system prompt.
1. First steps in the Command Line Interpreter (CLI)
- Description of the environment
- Components of an comand: the parameters
- Components of an comand: the options
2. File system commands
- Browse directories and view their content (cd, pwd and ls)
- The routes: types, uses and characteristics
- Shortcuts in the use of Bash
- Create, move and delete files and directories (mkdir, touch, rm and mv)
- Copy items
- Use of wildcards: the asterisk
- Use of wildcards: the interrogation
3. User and permissions
- Information about users and groups
- Create users, groups, passwords and change owners
- The permissions on the files
- Permissions in directories
- Change permissions Chmod order
4. Software administration
Packages and repositories