Linux Command Line Full course: Beginners to Experts. Bash Command Line Tutorials

Linux Command Line Full course: Beginners to Experts. Bash Command Line Tutorials



Bash is a Unix shell and command language written by Brian Fox for the GNU Project as a free software replacement for the Bourne shell. First released in 1989, it has been used widely as the default login shell for most Linux distributions.
In this course you will learn how use bash command to accomplish various computer task.
Following Bash topics have been shown and elaborated properly.

⭐ Table of Contents ⭐
(0:00) Linux Command: cal
(0:39) Linux Command: date
(1:30) Linux Command: pwd
(3:02) Linux Command: exit
(3:05) Linux Command: Navigate bash history using arrow keys
(6:27) Linux Command: Navigate left and right using arrow keys
(7:17) Linux Command: mkdir
(9:55) Linux Command: ls1
(11:45) Linux Command: less
(18:44) Linux Command: ls2
(22:53) Linux Command: ls3
(25:06) Linux Command: ls4
(30:20) Linux Command: ls5
(32:37) Linux Command: ls6
(37:18) Linux Command: rm1
(43:50) Linux Command: Using cd to navigate to a directory using a relative path
(52:55) Linux Command: Understanding complex relative paths using . and ..
(1:02:03) Linux Command: cd2
(1:12:49) Linux Command: cd3
(1:19:09) Linux Command: cd4
(1:24:49) Linux Command: mv
(1:30:21) Linux Command: cd5
(1:34:56) Linux Command: ln1
(1:39:27) Linux Command: ln2
(1:52:57) Linux Command: file
(1:55:27) Linux Command: cp2
(1:59:00) Linux Command: cp1
(2:02:56) Linux Command: Using echo to print simple strings
(2:05:44) Linux Command: Using echo to display multi-line messages
(2:08:44) Linux Command: Using echo to display messages with escape sequences
(2:16:15) Linux Command: ls and cd
(2:23:15) Linux Command: cat
(2:28:28) Linux Command: uniq
(2:31:40) Linux Command: wc
(2:34:22) Linux Command: grep
(2:37:27) Linux Command: head and tail
(2:40:44) Linux Command: Echo
(2:43:17) Linux Command: Wildcard Expansion
(2:46:28) Linux Command: pathname expansion
(2:48:13) Linux Command: Tilde expansion
(2:49:46) Linux Command: Arithmetic expansion
(2:56:04) Linux Command: Brace expansion
(3:10:33) Linux Command: Parameter expansion
(3:16:22) Linux Command: Command substitution
(3:20:46) Linux Command: Escape characters
(3:28:14) Linux Command: Double quotes
(3:39:36) Linux Command: Single Quotes

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Course developed by: Lane Schwartz
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41 Replies to “Linux Command Line Full course: Beginners to Experts. Bash Command Line Tutorials”

  1. ⭐ Learn more: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKp3X-578hN99d7bj6EU-AnGyAE6Fdc6R
    ⭐ Table of Contents ⭐

    (0:00) Linux Command: cal

    (0:39) Linux Command: date

    (1:30) Linux Command: pwd

    (3:02) Linux Command: exit

    (3:05) Linux Command: Navigate bash history using arrow keys

    (6:27) Linux Command: Navigate left and right using arrow keys

    (7:17) Linux Command: mkdir

    (9:55) Linux Command: ls1

    (11:45) Linux Command: less

    (18:44) Linux Command: ls2

    (22:53) Linux Command: ls3

    (25:06) Linux Command: ls4

    (30:20) Linux Command: ls5

    (32:37) Linux Command: ls6

    (37:18) Linux Command: rm1

    (43:50) Linux Command: Using cd to navigate to a directory using a relative path

    (52:55) Linux Command: Understanding complex relative paths using . and ..

    (1:02:03) Linux Command: cd2

    (1:12:49) Linux Command: cd3

    (1:19:09) Linux Command: cd4

    (1:24:49) Linux Command: mv

    (1:30:21) Linux Command: cd5

    (1:34:56) Linux Command: ln1

    (1:39:27) Linux Command: ln2

    (1:52:57) Linux Command: file

    (1:55:27) Linux Command: cp2

    (1:59:00) Linux Command: cp1

    (2:02:56) Linux Command: Using echo to print simple strings

    (2:05:44) Linux Command: Using echo to display multi-line messages

    (2:08:44) Linux Command: Using echo to display messages with escape sequences

    (2:16:15) Linux Command: ls and cd

    (2:23:15) Linux Command: cat

    (2:28:28) Linux Command: uniq

    (2:31:40) Linux Command: wc

    (2:34:22) Linux Command: grep

    (2:37:27) Linux Command: head and tail

    (2:40:44) Linux Command: Echo

    (2:43:17) Linux Command: Wildcard Expansion

    (2:46:28) Linux Command: pathname expansion

    (2:48:13) Linux Command: Tilde expansion

    (2:49:46) Linux Command: Arithmetic expansion

    (2:56:04) Linux Command: Brace expansion

    (3:10:33) Linux Command: Parameter expansion

    (3:16:22) Linux Command: Command substitution

    (3:20:46) Linux Command: Escape characters

    (3:28:14) Linux Command: Double quotes

    (3:39:36) Linux Command: Single Quotes

  2. It was a great course, congratulations. If you wan't to be better than everyone in youtube, I suggest making a list of exercices, I have practiced by my own exercices.

  3. جدیدترین ثبت کنندگان مزرعه استخراج معدن در سال 2022 می توانند 8000trx را به صورت رایگان با بازدهی تا 11٪ دریافت کنند. برای ورود به صفحه

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  4. is there a way to watch this video on YouTube at three times the speed so I don't have to listen to this guy? he talks in slow motion and then clicks on something and waits 10 or 19 seconds before his next sentence

  5. I disagree with everyone about speed and length…. watch the full video at 0.25x speed and i guarantee you will be a terminal master after… coupled with the loss of your hair and sanity but worth it. I'm a terminal deity now!

  6. Command line BASICS??? Cal is the FIRST command at the Linux prompt! Lol 😆😂 You're not teaching anybody. You're just enjoying talking. But you're a good tutor anyway.
    Please leave these ppl who think the video is too long. It's better this way. They can fast forward.

  7. I'm in chromebook and cal is not a recognized command…so I stopped the video being the first command out the box doesn't work and all no sense to watch the rest until I can figure out what's different why cal is not recognized for me….cause if this 1st command not working there must be something differnt about my setup that will make other commands not work either. I should probably figure that out first before I just invest 3 full hours on this. Thank you though. If anyone knows why this is, I am all ears. Thanks!

  8. THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! there are some missing parts in the video (or is just my imagination?). However, I have learned a lot. Thanks again!!!

  9. Hello where is this contents of the directory came from ? how do yo do this ? bjam, building, copying made ? please answer

  10. Can you explain why the command "cd //" access to a directory called "//" but one ou more than 2 slashes access to the directory "/", what is "//" directory?

  11. I mean, don't get me wrong, I appreciate the very thorough and simple explanation of this video…
    … but man am I glad Youtube has a 2x playback speed feature.

  12. Thank you so much for this video, what a great help. It works perfectly. My ms office is activated now. LIKED AND SUBSCRIBED

  13. Video is out of sync with chapters or there are missing chapters.. (2:08:44) Linux Command: Using echo to display messages with escape sequences seem to be the last place it is correct.. you are missing LOTS of stuff in the middle was specifically lookin for uniq. That chapter drops you in the middle of an echo chapter.

  14. Help?
    At 57:00, he explains the "cd" command and gives the following example:
    cd ../double-conversion/./../../lm/./wrappers/../builder/
    This command seems so unnecessary to and was wondering if somebody could explain the following:
    1. Why would you need to use "/./"? it basically stays in the directory you already at. Could you not avoid it altogether?
    2. The point of "cd" is to change the working directory, why would anybody need to be be going back and forth like that in one command?

  15. 1:35:24 just gives me a "file exists" error or a broken symlink when I do type a nonexistant file name :/ And grep doesn't do anything for me. The video seems to white out whatever he is typing and just shows the output?

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