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Linux for Developers

Open Source Software Development, Linux and Git,

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.
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Rating 4.1 based on 42 ratings
Length 6 weeks
Starts Jun 21 (32 weeks ago)
Cost $49
From The Linux Foundation via Coursera
Instructor Jerry Cooperstein
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Language English
Subjects Programming
Tags Computer Science Software Development

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provide any valuable hands

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

didnt find anything practical

more of a theoretical session, didnt find anything practical Thank You!

give 5 starts but

lol i couldnt finish

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

network administrator or similar

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) .

new.i would say though

important administrative features

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

keep one moving

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

sheet detailing 20

try somewhere else

In the meantime - if you are a beginner, try somewhere else.

some contents seem

good course to start Some contents seem to be missing in the course.

change my os

I'm new to Linux, time to change my OS from window to linux A lot of things I learn from this course.

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Rating 4.1 based on 42 ratings
Length 6 weeks
Starts Jun 21 (32 weeks ago)
Cost $49
From The Linux Foundation via Coursera
Instructor Jerry Cooperstein
Download Videos On all desktop and mobile devices
Language English
Subjects Programming
Tags Computer Science Software Development

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