Join Grant McWilliams for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Linux: System Information and Directory Structure Tools.
- [Instructor] Thank you for joining me in this course.…In this course, we covered the syntax of Linux commands…and how to find both Gooey and command line help for them.…We learned how to gather information about our system,…archive files, and how to navigate the file system.…We also learned how to edit text from the command line…as well as how to find files using both locate and find.…This isn't the end, and I encourage you to keep learning.…I'd like to recommend that you go to my author page…and check out my other Linux courses in the library.…Check back often as we're adding content regularly.…
I'd also recommend that you check out Up and Running with vi…by David Levine,…and Up and Running with Fedora Linux with Scott Simpson.…Both excellent courses.…You may also want to visit www.pathname.com/fhs…to learn more…about the Linux file system hierarchy standard.…Again, my name is Grant McWilliams,…and thank you for watching.…
- Learning Linux command syntax
- Getting help on the CLI and GUI
- Finding help online
- Using basic commands
- Navigating file systems
- Editing text
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Getting Help
2. Using Basic Commands
3. Navigating File Systems
4. Editing Text
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