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JOIN THE BEST COMPLETE LINUX (SERVER/DESKTOP) OPERATING SYSTEM COURSE FOR NEWBIE LINUX USERS!!

Hi. My name is Mustafa and I’m the author of the ‘Linux Mastery’ course. I started working as a network and computer systems administrator since January 2011. I have a bachelor degree in engineering from Alexandria University. After finishing university, I concentrated on learning the Linux system administration. I have many certifications in Linux system administration, network administration, database administration, and some programming languages ‘C, C++, and Python’. I have a large experience in working on Linux using RHEL, CentOS, and Ubuntu Linux distributions. I have a desire to teach others and transfer my experience to them in an easy and simplified way.

  • Background & Introduction.

  • Beginning with the introduction of the Linux Operating System and mentioning its history.

  • What is an operating system?

  • The pieces that make up the operating system.

  • Definitions of the bootloader, the kernel definition, daemons, the shell, graphical server, desktop environment, and applications.

  • The main differences between Linux and Windows Operating Systems.

  • Linux Pros & Cons.

  • What is Linux distribution?

  • The most popular Linux distributions for desktops & servers.

  • How to choose the right distribution for you?

  • The meaning of the open-source.

  • What is GNU?

  • Linux Installation.

  • Linux live distribution.

  • Creating a bootable Ubuntu USB stick from Microsoft Windows.

  • Trying Ubuntu without installing.

  • Introducing the VirtualBox program and showing the step by step procedure of downloading and installing it.

  • Creating a new Virtual machine for the Ubuntu OS.

  • Steps for downloading and installing the Ubuntu 18.04 OS.

  • Installing the VirtualBox Guest Additions.

  • Having a full-resolution Ubuntu VM on your computer.

  • Starting the Ubuntu OS.

  • Logging in and Logging out.

  • Introducing the Ubuntu OS.

  • Introducing the Shell or Terminal “the command line interface”.

  • Installing software on Ubuntu intro.

  • Steps for adding and removing applications from the Ubuntu OS Graphically and using the Command line.

  • The sudo command.

  • The apt-get command.

  • The apt-cache command.

  • Opening a list of your currently installed programs in terminal using the dpkg command.

  • The aptitude command.

  • The Ubuntu Software Center.

  • Installing and uninstalling software in Ubuntu using Debian package ‘dpkg’.

  • Manual download of a .deb (Debian package) method.

  • QuickStart.

  • The Linux system basic modes.

  • Ways of launching a terminal on Ubuntu.

  • Describing the command prompt in the terminal.

  • How to get into the text mode ‘virtual consoles’ and how to switch back to the graphical mode.

  • The Important Basic Commands of the Linux OS.

  • The pwd command.

  • The cd command.

  • The absolute path.

  • The relative path.

  • The ls command.

  • The passwd command.

  • The file command.

  • The cat command.

  • The exit command.

  • The Linux shell special keys.

  • Getting help in Linux.

  • The man command.

  • The info command.

  • The whatis command.

  • The which command.

  • The –help option.

  • The graphical help.

  • The gnome-help command.

  • The yelp command.

  • About Files and the File System.

  • The shell built-in commands.

  • Overview of the Linux File System.

  • The files types.

  • The file type signs.

  • What is the partition?

  • The kinds of major partitions on a Linux system.

  • The data partition.

  • The swap partition.

  • The important files and directories on the Linux operating system.

  • The standard root partition.

  • The swap space.

  • The /boot partition.

  • The /usr partition.

  • The /home partition.

  • The /var partition.

  • The /opt partition.

  • The mount points.

  • The df command.

  • Orientation in the file system.

  • The PATH environment variable.

  • The echo command.

  • Displaying and setting paths.

  • Adding a new directory to the PATH variable.

  • The export command.

  • The ( ~/.profile & ~/.bashrc ) files.

  • The source command.

  • The kernel.

  • The shell.

  • The shell types.

  • The sh or Bourne Shell.

  • The Bash or Bourne Again Shell.

  • The csh or C Shell.

  • The tcsh or Turbo C Shell.

  • The ksh or the Korn shell.

  • The file /etc/shells.

  • The SHELL variable.

  • The HOME variable.

  • Navigating through the Linux File System.

  • The /etc directory.

  • The /dev directory.

  • The /var directory.

  • The ls command popular options.

  • Creating, copying, moving and removing files and directories.

  • Finding files and paths.

  • The which command.

  • The find command.

  • The locate command.

  • Linking Files.

  • The hard link.

  • The soft link or symbolic link.

  • Creating a symbolic link.

  • The ln command.

  • Processes.

  • What is a process?

  • Multi-user and Multi-tasking Process Types.

  • Interactive and Automatic Processes.

  • Foreground process.

  • Background process.

  • The less command.

  • Job control.

  • The kill command.

  • Daemons.

  • Linux Pipe.

  • The pg command.

  • The more command.

  • The grep command.

  • The sort command.

  • Linux Filter.

  • Process Attributes.

  • The ps command.

  • Displaying Process.

  • The real group owner of a process (RGID).

  • The effective group owner of a process (EGID).

  • The SGID (Set Group ID upon execution).

  • The pstree command.

  • The top command.

  • How to Create a Process.

  • How to End a Process.

  • Linux Signals.

  • Showing signals list.

  • The common signals in Linux.

  • SIGTERM.

  • SIGINT.

  • SIGKILL.

  • SIGHUP.

  • SIGSTOP.

  • The boot process.

  • What is BIOS?

  • The Master Boot Record (MBR).

  • The boot process init.

  • Init Run Levels.

  • The boot Process Special Cases.

  • Systemd.

  • Identifying Automatically Started System Processes.

  • Controlling Services and Daemons.

  • The who command.

  • The chkconfig utility.

  • Reboot, halt, and shutdown commands.

  • Managing Processes.

  • The time command.

  • About system performance.

  • About system Load.

  • Managing process priority and niceness.

  • The nice command.

  • The renice command.

  • Managing Process CPU and Memory Resources.

  • The uptime command.

  • The memusage command.

  • The memusagestat command.

  • Tuning System Performance.

  • The vmstat command.

  • The netstat command.

  • The iostat command.

  • Network I/O problems.

  • Network integrity problems.

  • Disk I/O problems.

  • Users classes.

  • The graphical tools.

  • The Gnome System Monitor.

  • The xload application.

  • Interrupting processes.

  • The pidof command.

  • The xkill program.

  • Scheduling processes.

  • The sleep command.

  • The at command.

  • The atq command.

  • The atrm command.

  • The cron and crontab facilities.

  • The Input and Output Redirection.

  • Linux Regular Expressions.

  • Basic regular expressions.

  • Interval Regular expressions.

  • Extended regular expressions.

  • Brace expansion.

  • Simple Redirections.

  • The redirection operators.

  • Input redirection.

  • Combining redirections.

  • The spell command.

  • The append operator.

  • The date command.

  • Advanced Redirections.

  • Use of file descriptors.

  • Separating standard output from standard error.

  • The tty command.

  • The tee command.

  • The uptime command.

  • Communicating Utilities used in Linux.

  • The ping command.

  • The ftp command.

  • The telnet command.

  • The ssh command.

  • Print & Email.

  • The pr command.

  • Printing a file.

  • The lp and lpr commands.

  • Sending E-mails from the Terminal.

  • The ssmtp command.

  • Text Editors.

  • Importance of Text Editors.

  • The Vim Editor.

  • The Vim editor operation modes.

  • The Vim editor basic commands.

  • The vimtutor command.

  • Linux Virtual Terminals.

  • What are virtual terminals?

  • Starting virtual terminals and navigating through them.

  • Virtual terminal shortcuts.

  • The Linux System Administration Basics.

  • Creating a user using the terminal.

  • Creating a user using the GUI.

  • Deleting and disabling an account using the terminal.

  • Deleting and disabling an account using the GUI.

  • Adding a user to a usergroup.

  • Removing a user from a usergroup.

  • The gnome-system-tools.

  • The users-admin command.

  • The finger command.

  • The File Security in Terms of Ownership and Permissions.

  • Levels of authorization in Linux.

  • Ownership in Linux files.

  • Permissions.

  • The chmod command.

  • The chmod command absolute and symbolic modes.

  • Changing Ownership and Group.

  • The chown command.

  • The chgrp command.

  • The File Mask.

  • The umask command.

  • The touch command.

  • Special Access Rights ‘Special modes’.

  • for Files and Directories like ‘

  • The Sticky bit mode.

  • The SUID (set user ID).

  • The SGID (set group ID).

  • The Bonus of the Course, Steps of installing ‘Qt Creator’ on Ubuntu OS.

    ###The Commands included in the course:

    • vim

    • vimtutor

    • man

    • info

    • whatis

    • apropos

    • cat

    • –help option

    • apt-get

    • sudo

    • dbkg

    • pr

    • lp

    • lpr

    • pwd

    • cd

    • ls

    • passwd

    • file

    • exit

    • touch

    • mkdir

    • rm

    • rmdir

    • mv

    • cp

    • grep

    • sort

    • find

    • ln

    • echo

    • jobs

    • bg

    • fg

    • kill

    • xkill

    • tty

    • tee

    • date

    • uptime

    • ps

    • pstree

    • top

    • nice

    • renice

    • vmstat

    • netstat

    • iostat

    • sleep

    • at

    • atq

    • atrm

    • nano

    • systemct

    • crontab

    • ping

    • ftp

    • telnet

    • ssh

    • ssmtp

    • shutdown

    • chmod

    • adduser

    • su

    • userdel

    • groupmod

    • usermod

    • deluser

    • chown

    • chgrp

    • groups

    • umask

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