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Learning the UNIX Command Line on OS X

Course Summary

Mac beginners can easily become power OS X users by using the Terminal to interact with the UNIX shell.


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    Course Syllabus

    • Course outline
      • Course outline
    • Why should I learn the UNIX command line?
      • Why should I learn the UNIX command line?
    • Getting started using the Terminal
      • Keyboard shortcut legend
      • Getting started using the Terminal
      • Getting started using the Terminal
    • Getting Help
      • Getting Help
      • Getting Help
    • Managing files and directories
      • Directory hierarchy
      • Wildcard basics
      • Directory basics
      • Viewing files
      • File details
      • Copying files
      • Moving Files
      • Removing Files
      • Searching Files
      • Finding Files
    • Understanding directory and file permissions
      • Understanding directory and file permissions
      • Introduction to the chmod command with symbolic notation
      • The X flag
      • setuid
      • setgid
      • Sticky bit
      • Special attributes
      • Numeric notation introduction
      • Numeric Notation - Special Flags
    • Redirection and Pipes
      • UNIX streams
      • Redirect Standard Output with >
      • The Append Operator >>
      • Redirect STDIN Using <
      • Redirect STDIN then STDOUT
      • Redirect STDOUT and STDERR
      • Redirect STDOUT and STDERR to separate locations
      • Redirect STDERR to nowhere
      • Example of a "here" document
      • Pipes introduction
      • Top 10 UNIX commands
      • The tee command
    • Working with Processes
      • The ps command
      • The top command
      • Foreground processes introduction
      • The jobs command
      • Background jobs introduction
      • The fg command
      • Killing processes
    • Installing software from the command line
      • The curl command
      • Package management with Brew
      • The zip and unzip commands
      • The gzip, gunzip and tar commands
      • The compress & uncompress commands
      • Installing software from source
    • Features of a UNIX shell
      • Environment variables
      • Shell initialization files
    • Course summary
      • Course summary
    • FREE newsletter on Learning the UNIX command line
      • How to subscribe to the newsletter
      • Top 10 shell commands you currently use


Course Fee:
USD 39

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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