Have basic notions about the use of an operating system
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!
Who this course is for:
- Users who know the basic handling of the shell but do not understand it in depth
- Anyone who wants to start handling the Linux command interpreter and has no previous experience in using commands.