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Linux for beginners 1. Your Free Gift 2. Introduction 3. First Things First: Getting Access 1. Web based Command Line access 2. Web Hosting shell accounts 3. USing preinstalled linux Images with VirtualBox 4. Deep dive 4. Getting Connected 1. Choosing an ssh client 2. Connecting via SSH with a Password from Windows 3. Connecting via Ssh with a Password from Mac 4. General Information on Connecting via SSH with Keys 5. Importing SSH Keys on Windows 6. Generating SSh Keys on Windows 7. Generating SSH Keys on Mac 8. Connecting via SSH with Keys from Mac 9. Connecting via Telnet 10. Connecting directl 11. Deep di Ive 5. Welcome to shell 1. Deep Dive 6. Linux Directory Structure 1. Common directories 2. Comprehensive Directory Listing 3. Unix Specific Directories 4. Application Directory Structures 5. Example top Level directory listings 6. Deep dive 7. Basic linux commands 8. Teach yourself to fish I. Deep Dive 9. Working with directories 1. Creating and Removing directories 10. Your Free Gift 11. Listing Files and Understanding Is Output 1. Listing All Files, Including Hidden Files 2. Listing Files by Type 3. Listing Files by Time and in Reverse Order 4. Listing Files Recursively 5. List directories Not contents 6. Listing files with Color 7. Commonly Used ls Options 8. Working with Spaces in Names 9. Deep dive 12. File and directory Permissions explained 1. Secret Decoder Ring for Permissions 2. Changing Permissions 3. Numeric Based permissions 4. Commonly Used Permissions 5. Working with Groups 6. Directory Permissions Revisited 7. Default permissions and the file creation mask 8. Special Modes 9. umask Examples 10. Free Training Videos on Linux Permissions 11. Deep Dive 13. Finding Files 1. Locate -A fast find 2. Deep Dive 14. Viewing and Editing Files 1. Viewing Files In Real Time 2. Editing files 3. Specifying a Default Editor 4. Deep dive 15. Comparing files 16. Determining a Files Type 17. Searching in Files 1. Searching for Text in ASCII Files 2. Searching for Text in Binary files Ipes 18. Deleting, Copying, Moving, and Renaming Files 1. Removing files 2. Copying Files 3, Moving and renaming files 19. Sorting data 20. Creating a Collection of files 21. Compressing Files To Save space 22. Compressing Archives 23. Redirection 1. Standard error 2. Null Device 3. Deep Dive 24. Transferring and Copying Files 1. Deep dive 25. Welcome back to shell 1. Customizing the prompt Creating aliases 3. Interactive vs Non-interactive sessions 4. Comments 5. Shell History 6. Tab Completion 7. Shell command line editing 8. Dealing with Long Shell Commands 9. Environment Variables 10. Removing variables from the environment Il. Deep dive 26. Processes and Job Control 1. Listing Processes and Displaying Information 2. Running Processes in the Foreground and Background 3. Killing Processes 4. Deep Dive 27. Scheduling repeated Jobs with Cron 1. Crontab format 2. USing the Crontab command 3. Deep dive 28. Switching Users and running Commands as others SUl 2. Sudo- Super User Do 3. Using sudo 4. Deep Dive 29. Installing Software 1. Installing Software on Centos, Fedora, and RedHat Distributions 2. Installing Software on Debian and Ubuntu 3. Free Video on Installing Linux Software 4. Deep dive 30. The end and the beginning 31. About the author 1. Other Books by the Author 32. Additional Resources Including Exclusive Discounts for Linux for Beginners. Readers 1. Book 2. Courses 3. Cloud Hosting and VPS (Virtual Private Servers 4. Web Hosting with SSH and Shell Access 33. Appendices 1. Appendix A: Abbreviations and Acronyms 2. Appendix B: FAQ 3. Appendix C: Trademarks our free gift As a thank you for reading Linux for Beginners, I would like to give you a copy of Linux alternatives to Windows Applications. In it, you will be introduced to over 50 of the most popular applications available for Linux today. These applications will allow you to browse the web, watch movies, listen to music, connect to your favorite social networks, create presentations, and more. This gift is a perfect complement to this book and will help you along your Linux journey. Visi http://www.linuxtrainingacademy.com/linux-apps/orclickheretodownloadyourfree ft. Introduction Knowing where to start when learning a new skill can be a challenge, especially when the topic seems so vast. There can be so much information available that you can 't even decide where to start. Or worse, you start down the path of learning and quickly discover too many concepts commands, and nuances that aren 't explained This kind of experience is frustrating and leaves you with more questions than answers Linux for beginners doesn't make any assumptions about your background or knowledge of linux. You need no prior know ledge to benefit from this book. You will be guided step by step using a logical and systematic approach. As new concepts commands, or jargon are encountered they are explained in plain language, making it easy for anyone to understand Let's get started First Things first: Getting access In order to start learning your way around and putting your new found knowledge to the test, you're going to need access to a Linux system. If you already have an account on a inux system, you can skip ahead to the next chapter Web based command line access The absolute quickest way to get access to a working Linux account is to visit Simpleshell com in your web browser and click "Start my session. "a terminal emulator that is connected to a Linux server will be displayed You will be automatically logged in using a generic account and presented with a shell prompt Since you do not have a personal account your shell history and any files that you create will be destroyed at the end of your session Simple shell is great for trying out a few commands or working for a short period of time since sessions are limited to 15 minutes each. You can easily start another session at the end of your 15 minutes, but just be aware that you will lose any work from the previous session. If for some reason Simple shell is not available there are alternatives such as http://www.webminal.organdhttp://linuxzoo.net

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