BEGINNER’S GUIDE FOR LINUX – Start Learning Linux in Minutes


Hello Friends,

Welcome to this exclusive edition “BEGINNER’S GUIDE FOR LINUX” by Tutorialslinux, this course module is specially designed and compiled for those beginners, who want to make their way into Linux learning process and do the best in today’s IT organizations. This courseware is created as per requirements of industrial environment with complete entrance to Linux, which will help you to build a great success in Linux.

We have given special priority to Linux commands and switches, scripting, services and applications, access control, process control, user management, database management, web services, etc. Even though Linux command-line provides thousands of commands, but only a few of basic commands you need to learn to perform a day-to-day Linux tasks.


All students must have a little understanding of computers and passion to learn new technology.


This courseware is presently supported on the latest releases of Linux distributions like Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu, etc.

Course Objectives

Section 1: Introduction To Linux and OS Installations

  1. Linux Boot Process
  2. Linux File System Hierarchy
  3. Installation of CentOS 7
  4. Dual Boot Installation of Windows and Linux

Section 2: Essentials of Basic Linux Commands

  1. List Files and Directories Using ‘ls’ Command
  2. Switch Between Linux Directories and Paths with ‘cd’ Command
  3. How to Use ‘dir’ Command with Different Options in Linux
  4. Find Out Present Working Directory Using ‘pwd’ Command
  5. Create Files using ‘touch’ Command
  6. Copy Files and Directories using ‘cp’ Command
  7. View File Content with ‘cat’ Command
  8. Check File System Disk Space Usage with ‘df’ Command
  9. Check Files and Directories Disk Usage with ‘du’ Command
  10. Find Files and Directories using find Command
  11. Find File Pattern Searches using grep Command

Section 3: Essentials of Advance Linux Commands

  1. Quirky ‘ls’ Commands Every Linux User Must Know
  2. Manage Files Effectively using head, tail and cat Commands in Linux
  3. Count Number of Lines, Words, Characters in File using ‘wc’ Command
  4. Basic ‘sort’ Commands to Sort Files in Linux
  5. Advance ‘sort’ Commands to Sort Files in Linux
  6. Pydf an Alternative “df” Command to Check Disk Usage
  7. Check Linux Ram Usage with ‘free’ Command
  8. Advance ‘rename’ Command to Rename Files and Directories
  9. Print Text/String in Terminal using ‘echo’ Command

Section 4: Some More Advance Linux Commands

  1. Switching From Windows to Nix – 20 Useful Commands for Newbies – Part 1
  2. 20 Advanced Commands for Middle Level Linux Users – Part 2
  3. 20 Advanced Commands for Linux Experts – Part 3
  4. 20 Funny Commands of Linux or Linux is Fun in Terminal – Part 1
  5. 6 Interesting Funny Commands of Linux (Fun in Terminal) – Part 2
  6. 51 Useful Lesser Known Commands for Linux Users
  7. 10 Most Dangerous Commands – You Should Never Execute on Linux


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