Linux tutorial for professionals

Download free Linux tutorial course in PDF, training file in 21 chapters and 65 pages. Free unaffiliated ebook created from Stack OverFlow contributor.

Table of contents

  • About
  • Getting started with GNU/Linux
  • Useful shortcuts
  • File Management Commands
  • Hello World
  • Basic Linux Utilities
  • Searching for ?les by patterns in name/contents
  • File Manipulation
  • File/Directory details
  • Detecting Linux distribution name and version
  • Detect what debian-based distribution you are working in
  • Detect what systemd-based distribution you are using
  • Detect what RHEL / CentOS / Fedora distribution you are working in
  • Uname - Print information about the current system
  • Detect basic information about your distro
  • Using GNU coreutils
  • Find your linux os (both debian & rpm) name and release number
  • Getting information on a running Linux kernel
  • Getting details of Linux kernel
  • Shell
  • Changing default shell
  • Basic Shell Utilities
  • Create Your Own Command Alias
  • Locate a ?le on your system
  • Check Disk Space
  • Investigate Directories For Disk Usage
  • Checking Disk Space
  • Getting System Information
  • Statistics about CPU, Memory, Network and Disk (I/O operations)
  • Using tools like lscpu and lshw
  • List Hardware
  • Find CPU model/speed information
  • Process monitoring and information gathering
  • ls command
  • Options for ls command
  • ls command with most used options
  • File Compression with 'tar' command
  • Compress a folder
  • Extract a folder from an archive
  • List contents of an archive
  • List archive content
  • Compress and exclude one or multiple folder
  • Strip leading components
  • Services
  • List running service on Ubuntu
  • Systemd service management
  • Detecting Linux distribution name and version
  • Shell
  • Getting System Information
  • File Compression with 'tar' command
  • Managing Services
  • LAMP Stack
  • Secure Shell (SSH)
  • GnuPG (GPG)
  • Midnight Commander
  • Package Managers

It is a free Linux ebook created for beginners. The content is extracted from Stack Overflow pltaform, which is written by many Linux developers and contributors.

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Submitted On: 2019-04-30

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This tutorial has been prepared for the beginners to help them understand basic Linux Operating system. After completing this tutorial you will find yourself at a moderate level of expertise in Linux from where you can take yourself to next levels.

This tutorial is designed for Linux students who are completely unaware of Linux concepts but they have basic understanding on Operating system training.