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[100% OFF] Applied Linux Command Line and Shell Scripting Zero to Elite

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Last Updated on September 5, 2021 by thegiantreport

Applied Linux Command Line and Shell Scripting Zero to Elite
Learn +200 modern & practical industry-proven Linux tools + project-based shell scripting from the beginning

What you’ll learn

  • Learning +200 modern Linux tools & commands with their use-cases
  • Handling basic to complex real-work Linux projects: network, security, system visibility, etc.
  • Project-based shell scripting & automation: writing a backup tool, a password manager, etc.
  • Terminal productivity using Tmux, Git, Oh My Zsh, Nerd Font, Windows Terminal, etc.
  • Manage Linux components in shell e.g. networking, disks, processes, users, etc.
  • Advanced system visibility using sysdig & CSysdig (Lua Scripts)
  • Problem-solving mindset, both in theory & do-along
  • Linux Networking & DNS, Route & adapter management with iproute2, etc.
  • In-Depth IPTables e.g. filter, nat, mangle etc.
  • Dive in Linux Firewall
  • Covering complete SSH Technologies OpenSSH Server, SSH Port Forwarding & Tunneling, SOCKS Proxy, etc.
  • Task automation using cron & other daemons
  • Get the most out of 1-second booting subsystem-Linux: WSL2
  • Installation & setting up a virtual Linux Lab (VirtualBox)
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Requirements

  • Basic IT Skills
  • No prior Linux and programming knowledge is required
  • A Computer with an Internet connection
  • Passionate curiosity for learning
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Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who would like to learn modern Linux command line
  • Network Specialists and IT Administrators
  • Programmers, Developers and Data Scientists, whose work runs on Linux CMD
  • IT Managers, interested in productivity of their team members
  • Passionate geeks 😉 who want to have a lot of fun with the Linux command line
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