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Linux Basics - Intro to CLI
1. Linux strategy for beginners
A. Tips to learn and use basic Linux skills.
2. Logging into SSH command line
A. SSH pass & key authentication, ports, and clients
3. Navigating directories
A. Seeing directory paths with "pwd", and navigating in & out with "cd".
B. Listing files with "ls" and "ls -la".
C. Tab completion & up/down arrows.
4. Viewing files
A. Viewing text files with "cat" and "more".
5. Editing files & directories
A. Creating files, text-editing with vi/vim.
B. Moving, copying, and deleting files.
C. Archiving and extracting files.
D. Creating & managing directories.
6. File ownership & permissions
A. Changing file ownership with chown.
B. Changing file permissions with chmod.
7. File transfer
A. Fast file sending with wget.
B. Fast file-syncing with rsync.
8. Disk management
A. Checking available disk space.
B. Checking sizes of files & directories.
9. Server load diagnosis
Using top and htop to see CPU & memory usage.
10. Running commands
A. Understanding Linux command structure.
B. Cheatsheet list of Linux commands.
A. Seeing directory paths with “pwd”, and navigating in & out with “cd”.
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