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Ubuntu Linux Fundamentals, Basic Linux Server Administration | Udemy

Ubuntu Linux Fundamentals, Basic Linux Server Administration | Udemy
English | Size: 3.60 GB
Genre: eLearning​

What you'll learn
You will learn what Linux is
Installing Linux
Working at the command line and why the Command Line Interface is so simple yet powerful
Configuring and securing remote access with SSH
Securing your server, ufw, apt update and upgrade
Stopping bad guys with Fail2ban
Installing and securing nginx web server
Managing users and groups
How to use the Linux file system

Ubuntu Linux is consistently among the top 5 Linux Desktop and Server distributions. Learn the basics of the Linux Command Line and Server Administration in this course. You will learn enough to comfortably manage your own server by the end of this course.

Updated for Ubuntu 18.04, the latest Long Term Support (LTS) version.

Once you understand Linux, you understand the operating system that powers much of the Internet. This beginner level course will take you from knowing nothing about Linux to competency.

You do NOT have to have an extra computer to load Linux on to take this course.
As with all Udemy courses:

You have a 30 day, no questions asked, money back guarantee if you're not fully satisfied with the course.

You have lifetime full access to the course and all updates and additions.

Ubuntu's a great place to start learning Linux. It's a well maintained, full featured, well documented and supported, free operating system.

Unleash the power of Ubuntu's command line tools.

By the end of this course, you'll know:

What Linux is

What Distributions or Distro's are

When Ubuntu's a fit and when it's not

How to install Ubuntu Server and Desktop

Installation on VirtualBox is included in the course

VirtualBox is free software that lets you run other Operating Systems with an application on your computer

There's no need to find or buy an old computer to run Ubuntu on

VirtualBox lets you try Ubuntu or any other Operating System without risk

How to navigate the Ubuntu Desktop using the Graphical User Interface (GUI)

How to keep your system up to date

What Shell's are

How to navigate your system at the command line using the BASH shell

Essential BASH commands

Manipulating files with BASH

How to manage packages with apt package manager

How to add and remove users from the system

Managing Files

File permissions

Changing permissions

The letter vs. numeric method of setting permissions

How to keep contents secret

Changing ownership on a file

A simple way to keep versions of system files

Managing Users

Adding and removing users (two methods)

Giving a user sudo (run as root) permissions

Adding a user to groups

Removing users

Cleaning up after removal

Managing Groups

How groups are used in Linux

Primary and secondary groups

Changing a users primary group

Adding a user to a secondary group

Changing the group that owns a file

Editing Text Files

Using Vi Improved - vim

Using nano

Saving copies of originals for system files

Help and support

What manual, or 'man' pages are and how to use them

The Linux --help system and how it can help you

Ubuntu online documentation

Ubuntu forums

Linux File System Structure

Filesystem Overview

Where to Put Things You Install

Configuring Remote Access with Secure Shell (SSH)

Remote Access Overview

Preparing Your Server

Connecting with SSH

Windows - PuTTY

Key Based Authentication - LInux and MAC

Key Based Authentication - Windows

Saving Your Key (Pageant for Windows

Editing sshd_config

Moving Files to and From Your Server

Using scp to move files

Using wget to download from the Internet

Using curl to download or copy a whole site

Managing Your Server

Using ps to see what's running

Checking system performance, top, htop, nmon

Checking drive space, df

Checking memory usage, free

Scheduling tasks, cron

Securing Your Server

Disabling unneeded services

Stopping bad guys with Fail2ban

Enabling your firewall (ufw)

Creating a Web Server With nginx and Securing nginx

Installing and configuring nginx

Adding encryption with SSL/TLS

Securing nginx's configuration file

Blocking malicious activity with Fail2ban

All that and more will have you walking away from the course at the end with the knowledge you need to be comfortable with Linux at home or at work.

Along with System Administrators wanting to integrate Linux where it is appropriate within their environments, this course has proven useful to developers learning or working with Python, JavaScript, Web Development (HTML, CSS), Machine Learning, Java, MySQL, WordPress, Node.js, Amazon AWS, PHP, Docker, and to aspiring Ethical Hackers, Cyber Security, and DevOps to name a few.

Who this course is for:
You are interested in learning Linux
You have little to no experience with Linux
You want to learn how Linux may fit into your life and work
You want to become comfortable with the power and flexibility Linux offers
You want to expand your career options by understanding Ubuntu Linux Server





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