We designed this learning path to give students a solid foundation in Linux fundamentals that will serve as a springboard into intermediate certification and deep dive courses. When you complete this learning path, you will have the required knowledge and skills to enroll in any intermediate Linux certification courses. (e.g. LPIC-1, Red Hat Certified System Admistrator, and Linux Foundation Certified SysAdmin)
Have you heard of Linux, but don't really know anything about it? Are you a non-technical person just wanting to know what this 'Linux' thing is? Then this course is for you. Eschewing any technical practices, this course takes a high-level view of the history of Linux, the open-source movement, and how this powerful software is used today. We will look at its many types of deployments, and the various incarnations of a Linux "distribution."
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This course teaches the basic concepts of processes, programs and the components of the Linux operating system. You learn the basic knowledge of computer hardware, gain an understanding of open source applications in the workplace, and learn to navigate systems on a Linux desktop rudimentary commands to navigate the Linux command line. This course is a prep course for the Linux Essentials exam from Linux Professional Institute and is meant to help those without Linux experience to pass their first Linux certification. This course covers objectives for the LPI Essentials exam version 1.5.
In this short course, we will take a look at Vim, the improved editor. Learn how to use the keyboard to work with your text documents, complete searches, replace text and format them. We also show you how to branch out from Vim to run commands, capture output into the current buffer, manage your buffers and move between them and more!
This learning path is only available to Linux Academy members.