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Linux for Developers

Linux for Developers

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Product is rated as #5 in category Linux

In course 1 we talked about open source software and the motivation and methods of using it. In course 2, we will introduce you to Linux systems, and help you feel comfortable working at the command line: What Linux is Linux history How to separate the kernel from the entire operating system Making contributions to the kernel Graphical system, and how it works Working at the command line Filesystem layout, partitions Monitoring utilities You will learn what it’s like to work on Linux system, and get a good understanding of the essential skills you need when you work on a daily basis with Linux systems. The Linux Foundation supports the creation of sustainable open source ecosystems by providing financial and intellectual resources, infrastructure, services, events, and training. Working together, The Linux Foundation and its projects form the most ambitious and successful investment in the creation of shared technology.

Instructor Details

Jerry Cooperstein has been working with Linux since 1994, developing and delivering training in both the kernel and user space. He has overall responsibility for all training content at The Linux Foundation. During a two decade career in nuclear astrophysics, he developed state-of-the-art simulation software on many kinds of supercomputers and taught at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Cooperstein joined the Linux Foundation in 2009 as the Training Program Director. He currently lives in Wisconsin.

Specification: Linux for Developers

Duration 13 hours
Year 2019
Level Beginner
Certificate Yes
Quizzes Yes

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    Charlene Z

    great course for beginners

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    Joao M A d C

    very good explain, easy to follow

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    Raghu K V

    Excellent course.

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    Ostash R R

    a lot of bugs on site, lol i couldnt finish his course for hour because site didnt see my results

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    Qin W

    Not very organised in terms of studying order, and some of the examples are a bit too simple and skimming the surface.

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    Komal S

    going great

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    Eduardo L P M

    Excellent course. Now I understand much better the fundamentals behind linux command line interface and some important administrative features.

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    Ashwani

    Some topics could be explained more.

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    Subham A

    Best for beginners !

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    George C

    thanks

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    Adetunji A

    Basic lesson good to keep one moving and contains the necessary basics.

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    PaweB J

    Cheers and Thanks!!!

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    Pawel J

    Cheers and Thanks!!!

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    Shivani T

    Helpful

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    Charulaxmi F

    Good class for beginners.

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    omar b r

    great course

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    basanta b

    it was good

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    Khuzaima S

    doing such a great job!

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    Jatin R

    Excellent course for all who want to have a very good knowledge in linux in every aspect.

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    Ka P ( Y

    Some contents seem to be missing in the course. For example, there is not lecture about how to start GNome.

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    RAHUL C

    good course to start

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    Shibayan M

    A lot of things I learn from this course.

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    Kevin C

    It is great course that help me familiar with Linux operation and command. I’m new to Linux, time to change my OS from window to linux

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    Jorge S

    Very nice course. Very well explained and interesting.

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    HXQ

    you just read the slide.

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    Castro M S

    I would like to give 5 starts but in some modules the assignment question is asked outside the portion that he has covered in that module.Other than that he thought us most basics and the history of Linux with simple key points to remember.

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    Ian D

    too basic, fuzzy, doesn’t really teach or provide any valuable hands on in linux

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    Muhammad A K

    Thank You! Linux Foundation for giving us such an exceptional knowledge.

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    Arjun k

    more of a theoretical session, didnt find anything practical

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    Rodney K

    Very good basic introduction to Linux for developers.

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    Saurabh S K

    Very Good In depth course related to Linux and GNU utilities

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    Rahul k

    teaching techniq is to bad… very difficult to understand but thanks for your supports

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    Ankesh S

    thanx 4 ur support and coperation

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    kulvender S S

    This course is very useful for me i have learn a lot with this course

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    Chowdhury F A

    Awesome it was

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    Alan C

    If you do not know LINUX, then do not take this course. This is a course that could have been good for beginners. But it not. The order of the course is haphazard. For example early on in the course you are required to install packages – but the explanation of how to install packages is only at the end of the course. The explanations given, in places, assume that your day job is as a network administrator or similar – so if you day job is not, again don’t take this course. Some of the lessons consist of a sheet detailing 20 or so commands – which for me at least, was not an easy way to learn something new. I would say though that the course lecturer is clearly an expert in the field and that the material could be re–purposed with only some effort in order to make it beginner friendly (if they ever wanted to) . In the meantime – if you are a beginner, try somewhere else.

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    John B K

    The course was very good given me a very solid foundation to Linux administration.

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    Tushar M

    Good course. Nice insights from the Linux Operating System. However, the course is more oriented to Red Hat Linux. Wish it could have a choice for learning more in Debian environments, especially Ubuntu.

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    Jose A M

    🙂

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    Visvamba N

    Just the right amount of depth. But it would be good to have more structured assessments.

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    Luca M

    Unclear and not suited for absolute beginners. Get a good book like The Linux Bible, and learn through that.

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