Command Line Basics | Cybrary

Command Line Basics | Cybrary
English | Size: 1.41 GB
Genre: eLearning

Course Description
Have you been curious about how others can use the command line to save countless hours of work? Are you overwhelmed with the text that runs across the screen, and have no idea where to begin? In this course you will learn command line and will start your journey to become the Hollywood-esque hacker that you want to be.

Graphical tools present pretty pictures, easy to read text, and clicking things on the screen is fun and easy. Imagine that you need to perform a configuration setting on a computer, just click a few buttons and in seconds you’re done! Now imagine that you need to perform that same configuration change for 500 computers and that few seconds easily turns into hours of work. With command line tools, it is very feasible to write a command to replicate across hundreds of computers simultaneously, saving you time and removing human error.

This course will introduce the command line and help remove the difficulty to get comfortable with the terminal. It will cover how to open the command line on Windows machines and the terminal on Linux based systems. After opening the command line, it is imperative to learn how to ask for help. This course will cover the most common Windows and Linux commands used to gather information, manipulate data, and configure systems to your needs. Finally, this course will cover how to chain multiple commands together, creating powerful and flexible commands to achieve your goals.

Enroll today to get started saving time and effort using the command line!

Course Goals
By the end of this course, students should be able to:

Open the Command Line on Windows and Linux machines
How to ask for help at the terminal
Understand how to navigate the file system with a CLI
Use common CLI tools to perform time-saving tasks
Chain together commands
For developers, the ability to manipulate, handle and view files on a computer quickly and with ease is key to being effective and getting more done.

But if developers only had the option to move their mouse and click on each file individually, it could take hours or days to complete what should be simple tasks. This is where command line comes in.

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