Linux is a computer operating system free for development and distribution, both commercially and non-commercially. There are times when you may spend hours doing a repetitive task. A person who knows command line can write a script in 10 minutes and if he has to repeat it, can do it in a second. So what is Command Line and why is it so popular? Command line applications provide us with numerous benefits which cannot be achieved with any of the available GUI applications. One can create scripts to automate work, and can go so much deeper into the system and explore things that would generally be not possible with GUI.

This course is designed for beginners who are new to this operating system and have never installed or operated Ubuntu Linux. People thinking about being a Linux system administrator or engineer can use this as the perfect place to start learning the basics from. This is not restricted for these people, anyone who wants to optimize their tasks and make them simpler using command line scripts can take up this course. No prior experience with Ubuntu is necessary.

00:00:00 1 – Introduction
00:07:46 2 – ls command in Linux
00:24:57 3 – cd command in Linux
00:36:19 4 – cat command in Linux
00:45:22 5 – I/O Redirection
00:54:08 6 – mkdir Command
01:00:22 7 – rm and rmdir commands for linux
01:12:37 8 – cp command
01:24:21 9 – mv command
01:35:50 10 – less command
01:43:00 11 – touch command
01:48:00 12 – nano command
01:54:48 13 – sudo command
02:02:49 14 – top command
02:10:42 15 – kill command
02:19:30 16 – echo command
02:27:11 17 – file permissions, symbolic permissions and chmod
02:39:31 18 – directory permissions and chmod
02:46:43 19 – Octal and Numerical permissions (chmod)
02:56:07 20 – Introduction to Bash Scripting
03:05:57 21 – which and whatis command
03:11:11 22 – useradd command (Creating Users)
03:18:08 23 – userdel command (Removing Users)
03:23:03 24 – Basic Group Management (groups, groupadd, groupdel)
03:29:31 25 – .bashrc File
03:36:39 26 – Viewing Resources (du , df, free command)
03:46:25 27 – watch command
03:50:02 28 – Head and Tail Commands
03:56:52 29 – find command
04:04:02 30 – wc command
04:08:17 31 – cal command
04:11:59 32 – date command
04:17:48 33 – How to Run multiple Terminal Commands
04:27:00 34 – apt-get command to Install Software
04:39:21 35 – ifconfig command
04:47:46 36 – tar command to Compress and Extract Files
04:53:36 37 – grep command
05:04:22 38 – netstat command

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May 10, 2020

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00:00:00 1 – Introduction
00:07:46 2 – ls command in Linux
00:24:57 3 – cd command in Linux
00:36:19 4 – cat command in Linux
00:45:22 5 – I/O Redirection
00:54:08 6 – mkdir Command
01:00:22 7 – rm and rmdir commands for linux
01:12:37 8 – cp command
01:24:21 9 – mv command
01:35:50 10 – less command
01:43:00 11 – touch command
01:48:00 12 – nano command
01:54:48 13 – sudo command
02:02:49 14 – top command
02:10:42 15 – kill command
02:19:30 16 – echo command
02:27:11 17 – file permissions, symbolic permissions and chmod
02:39:31 18 – directory permissions and chmod
02:46:43 19 – Octal and Numerical permissions (chmod)
02:56:07 20 – Introduction to Bash Scripting
03:05:57 21 – which and whatis command
03:11:11 22 – useradd command (Creating Users)
03:18:08 23 – userdel command (Removing Users)
03:23:03 24 – Basic Group Management (groups, groupadd, groupdel)
03:29:31 25 – .bashrc File
03:36:39 26 – Viewing Resources (du , df, free command)
03:46:25 27 – watch command
03:50:02 28 – Head and Tail Commands
03:56:52 29 – find command
04:04:02 30 – wc command
04:08:17 31 – cal command
04:11:59 32 – date command
04:17:48 33 – How to Run multiple Terminal Commands
04:27:00 34 – apt-get command to Install Software
04:39:21 35 – ifconfig command
04:47:46 36 – tar command to Compress and Extract Files
04:53:36 37 – grep command
05:04:22 38 – netstat command

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Ansari Boy

May 10, 2020

Thanx for this video tutorial this help me now it 12am still I am watching I can bet my sleep for this video

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NIKHIL KUMAR

May 10, 2020

does this all commands will work on my macos mojave terminal

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Saloni Chaudhary

May 10, 2020

What is the command for copying a file from home directory to root directory in linux/unix?

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Hunter Hernandez

May 10, 2020

hes german

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Brijesh Goyal

May 10, 2020

Try with X2 speed 😀

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sam sam

May 10, 2020

I hate when I see myself as a donkey

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James Walmsley

May 10, 2020

My question is at the 2:46:40 point in the video would it be possible to use the sudo command to bypass the permission restrictions that you set with the chmod command?

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Anonymous

May 10, 2020

Thankyousomuch great knowledge helped alot😃😃 please make more such videos

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Luis Castiblanco

May 10, 2020

I have 23 years of programming experience but had zero UNIX terminal knowledge. I was assigned a new project which required some UNIX knowledge and I was lost. I actually watched and enjoyed your video. It took me several days, i took notes and tried all on a terminal. It did not take me 2 consecutive one semester courses (Unix and Advanced Unix) As it is tought in College. So two 16 week courses at 3 hours of lecture per week. So that is 96 hours of lecture and there are exams and homework so that is over 100 hours of exposure and training with the Unix operating system. It only took 5 hours. I appretiate your hard work. Ready to go back to the world.

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May 10, 2020

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Aravind Gooogle

May 10, 2020

awesome explanation. watching 3 hours continually

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PRAMOD KUMAR

May 10, 2020

Sir Ubuntu are GUI and CUI both

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Ctrl Alt Del

May 10, 2020

3:15:32

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Jie Huang

May 10, 2020

very helpful thanks!

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revolution77N

May 10, 2020

Thank you so much for the valuable information!

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ravi shankar prasad

May 10, 2020

please short the size of codebind.com, as not able to see the first line command

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Hanmant kattimani

May 10, 2020

Nice explanation… excellent hard work done.. kudos

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Hanmant kattimani

May 10, 2020

some Corection in drwr-xr-x- shows no write access for user group & Other users

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Lakshay Vinayak

May 10, 2020

Is this the combo of all command line videos or add any thing new in it

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Cisco

May 10, 2020

Very good video. I watched all 5+ hours and it took 2 days. I followed along and read almost every man file on all the commands.

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Stanley Man

May 10, 2020

Thank you

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Gradius G

May 10, 2020

Nice content, but you badly need a pop filter…The constant pops and whooshes from your speech are a bit fatiguing on the ears for headphone users.

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Robert Catesby

May 10, 2020

A decent tutorial, ruined by the constant banging on the
microphone.

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Tushar Shinde

May 10, 2020

thanks man proud to be indian

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Coman Sabina

May 10, 2020

super. the best Linux commands on youtube!

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Mihajlo Stamenkovic

May 10, 2020

Do yourself a favor and listen to this @1.25 speed. Great video 🙂

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Tushib Haque

May 10, 2020

you are a life saver…please please please make another advance level 5 hours video…your hard work is much appreciated..can we pass certification exam with all content in here?

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Robin John

May 10, 2020

Super!!!

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Nupur Nishant

May 10, 2020

Thank you sir. You explain with patience.

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Haidarali Nadir Shah

May 10, 2020

Its the best tutorial seriously ! Worth for all beginners and well explained with examples. I would recommend seeing it completely, noting points and then implement together. Its just awesome ! Thanks for it !

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Karthikeyan

May 10, 2020

please auto subtitles(English) for this video Thank You

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Javier Marín

May 10, 2020

Don't say "CONTENT", PLEASE.

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