This intermediate How to Run Basic Linux File Commands training prepares junior Linux admins to run basic Linux file commands so they can navigate Linux systems and build a foundation of expertise with Linux administration.
Even if you don’t work in a Linux environment, it still makes sense to understand the fundamentals of Linux and Linux file commands since you’ll almost certainly be required to use Linux at some point in your IT career.
This course familiarizes you with the Linux command line, the right commands to use to execute simple file commands, and — most importantly — gives you plenty of opportunities to practice what you learn.
Once you’re done with this How to Run Basic Linux File Commands training, you’ll know how to run basic Linux file commands so that you can navigate Linux systems and build a foundation of expertise with Linux administration.
For anyone who leads an IT team, this Linux training can be used to onboard new junior Linux admins, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Linux reference resource.
How to Run Basic Linux File Commands: What You Need to Know
For any junior Linux admin looking to improve their proficiency with systems administration, this Linux course covers topics such as:
- Understanding the Linux file system
- Recognizing the basic file management commands
- Reading and understanding Linux command syntax
- Using the most essential and fundamental Linux commands
Who Should Take How to Run Basic Linux File Commands Training?
This How to Run Basic Linux File Commands training is considered foundational-level Linux training, which means it was designed for junior Linux admins. This Linux skills course is designed for junior Linux admins with one year of experience with systems administration.
New or aspiring junior Linux admins. For brand new administrators trying to get started in the IT world, learning Linux early on can help. This course is perfect because it quickly familiarizes you with the basics of executing basic Linux file commands.
Experienced junior Linux admins. If you’ve been working as an administrator for several years, you’ve probably used the Linux operating system. But even if you’re familiar with the Linux operating system, you may not be comfortable using the command line or be familiar with the various flags and options used to manage files. Stop doing internet searches whenever you encounter Linux issues — this course walks you through the basic Linux file commands so that you’re comfortable in any circumstance.