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Getting Started with Linux
  • By Mitchell Anicas, Justin Ellingwood and David Collazo

  • If you are new to Linux and its command line interface, it may seem like a daunting task to get started with it. This series will bring you up to speed with essential Linux basics, and provide a solid foundation for working with Linux servers. If you have little to no knowledge about using Linux, this is where you will want to start.

    Published on November 14, 2014 · Updated on May 31, 2022

    This tutorial covers getting started with the terminal, the Linux command line, and executing commands. If you are new to Linux, you will want to familiarize yourself with the terminal, as it is the standard way to interact with a Linux server.

    Published on November 14, 2014 · Updated on June 1, 2022

    Navigating and manipulating files and folders in the filesystem is a key part of working with most computers. Cloud servers mostly use the same common Linux shells, and common Linux commands, for working with files and folders. This terminal will introduce some fundamental skills for using these commands.

    Published on November 14, 2014 · Updated on June 2, 2022

    Linux is a multi-user OS that is based on the Unix concepts of file ownership and permissions to provide security at the file system level. If you are planning to improve your Linux skills, it is essential that you have a decent understanding of how these work. In this tutorial, we will cover how to view and understand Linux ownership and permissions.

    Published on January 23, 2014 · Updated on June 3, 2022

    The redirection capabilities built into Linux provide you with a robust set of tools used to make all sorts of tasks easier to accomplish. Whether you’re writing complex software or performing file management through the command line, knowing how to manipulate the different I/O streams in your environment will greatly increase your productivity.