Are you an occasional user of the linux command line, or someone who just learned it, and wondering how some people can be almost flying around on the command line, navigating around the file system, switching between applications, browsing and finding files and content etc, while you yourself is just fully occupied with all the tedious typing? Then this course might be for you!
The creator of the course spent years as a systems administrator at a super computing center in Sweden where he spent 80-90 percent of his time navigating around in the command line. The author had a special interest in finding out the top techniques that with the least effort can give the biggest saving in time, and started implementing these techniques over the years. All these years of hard-learned techniques are now distilled into this compact course, so that anyone with basic familiarity with the linux command line can with minimal effort get to the productivity and efficiency like a professional linux sysadmin. The course starts from a very basic level (suitable for anyone who knows how to execute some basic commands), and goes up to a rather advanced level, about using tools such as screen to manage multiple windows in the command line, and all the steps build consequently on each other. This means that regardless of your existing skill level, chances are high that you can chime in at a suitable place in the course, and start gaining new knowledge by working your way forward. If the techniques in the course are carefully implemented, the author is assured based on his own experience, that if you felt like fighting the terminal before, the terminal will now be your friend, and you will find that you are so productive that you would never want to go back to use point-and-click again!
Warmly welcome to sign up for the course today!
Samuel Lampa, Linux Systems Administrator and Developer