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The Complete Linux Course: Beginner to Power User!

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Get The Complete Linux Administration Course Bundle! https://josephdelgadillo.com/product/linux-course-bundle/ Preview the courses! A Beginner’s Guide to …

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  1. N Moon
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    Really appreciate this resource, thanks

  2. Elvis Fan
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    Awesome refresher course…thank you! I am taking this prior to kicking off an ethical hacker course – where this will come in handy

  3. Bagarius Yarrelli
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    Depends on what your definition of " Beginner " is.

  4. Kais Laribi
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    Thank you so much Nick. nice course 🙂

  5. احمد الملا راشد
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    Please add the translation either in Arabic or English ……. Thank you for the valuable content

  6. Ben Lyman
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    Why do you use an asterisk when using "apt-cache search bluefish*" but not for "apt-cache search gimp"?

  7. Shuai Zhou
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    apt is the official new version of apt-get, u can google for the differences

  8. Boss RANK 6
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    Thank you so much

  9. Sebycretzu
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    do you also have a Postfix admin tutorial?

  10. Luka D
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    7 HOURS HOLY CRAp

  11. sourav dhar
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    I can't access my wifi on linux settings

  12. Chris A
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    can anyone tell me what the best version of ubuntu I should get to follow along that is still supported? Figured it out when trying to get unity tweak lol

  13. KK Liars and Idiots Everywhere
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    Why does it not work with macbook? It says it's not supported.

  14. samljer
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    1 hour into the video… already want to get rid of windows forever.

  15. Joseph Delgadillo
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    Get The Complete Linux Administration Course Bundle! https://josephdelgadillo.com/product/linux-course-bundle/
    Preview the courses!
    A Beginner’s Guide to Linux System Administration!
    https://bit.ly/2LZ7cfN
    CentOS and Red Hat Linux to Certified System Administrator!
    https://bit.ly/2OJtZLp
    BASH Programming Course: Master the Linux Command Line!
    https://bit.ly/2ACzXuv
    The Complete Wireshark Course: Go from Beginner to Advanced!
    https://bit.ly/2MinlKr

  16. Ranadeep Das
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    That is some serious effort from you man…SALUTE…
    Really appreciate you

    🙂
    cheers..!

  17. Amazing facts by M.B
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    7hrs 😲 bro is thsi video on basic to advanced user

  18. شعیب Sivany
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    Had to log in to like your video. <3

  19. Aji Mustopa
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    I need the subtitle 🙁

  20. Ayano Yandere Yamada
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    i 4sked how to uS3 linux not who m4de it. lol great ideo idfk why its 7.5 hrs but it seems legit

  21. Usama khan
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    i am new subscriber please start c language series

  22. terry waller
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    Linux is cheap Unix and as most cheap things leaves a lot to be desired. Too many flavors and too many fingers in the pie. Major ERP suppliers do not support most Linux flavors and neither does Oracle.
    I ran the IT department for a medium sized company and before that a couple of major government companies. Linux was banned.
    I have used many Linux distributions but only for single application support.

  23. Red Stallion
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    why is this on a windows desktop

  24. Alessia Aikley
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    Hate to say it guys but uh, this reminded me why I don't use Linux. Lots of stuff just doesn't work, lots of extra steps to do stuff that should be simple.

  25. Paul Grant
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    For fork's sake it's Ooboontoo – Oo – boon – 2. Or a meringue.

  26. premier69
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    haha 1:51:46 he forgot to hide his pirated torrents 😀

  27. Radu Mihai
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    But he started on windows

  28. Pawan Kumar
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    10:12:20

  29. Owais Rizvi
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    Nice way to teach the fundamentals of Linux programming and basics

  30. Moinkhan Pathan
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    I love you bro.

  31. Taeas Neasr
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    he said etc was et cetera. never heard that before.

  32. Taeas Neasr
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    Excellent work . May I ask what the price was when this course was on Udemy?

  33. Rooney Mara
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    01:01 Introduction to Linux
    08:44 Linux distributions explained
    15:56 Installing VirtualBox and setting up our virtual machine
    23:47 Ubuntu Linux installation on a virtual machine
    36:26 Disabling the ISO and first boot up
    38:40 VirtualBox guest additions for a better user experience
    46:14 Customizing our Ubuntu desktop
    54:41 Unity Tweak Tool for Ubuntu
    1:06:48 Installing Ubuntu alongside Windows (dual boot)
    1:23:09 Linux command line essentials
    1:36:17 Administrative privileges in terminal
    1:42:14 Using the package manager (apt-get) to install new applications
    1:46:17 Searching through the repositories to find new apps
    1:48:23 Installing packages that are not in the repository
    1:53:09 Keeping programs updated in Linux
    1:57:48 File permissions and ownership explained
    2:10:26 How to create files using the command line interface (CLI)
    2:15:24 Creating new directories and moving files
    2:19:59 Copying, renaming, and removing files
    2:24:43 The FIND command and it’s practical uses
    2:36:10 GREP command explained
    2:39:10 Using GREP in conjunction with FIND
    2:42:26 Redirecting the output of a command
    2:45:42 The TOP command and its uses
    2:47:01 How to view the entire list of processes and closing applications
    2:52:36 Services explained
    2:54:44 Configuring services using the command line
    2:59:20 Using CRONTABS to schedule tasks
    3:04:56 Choosing an integrated development environment (IDE)
    3:08:29 Eclipse installation and setup
    3:12:26 PyCharm installation and setup
    3:18:51 Introduction to GitHub, installation, and repository setup
    3:23:06 How to push/pull information from a repository
    3:29:13 How to remove/ignore directories in our repository
    3:34:25 Resolving merge conflicts through terminal
    3:41:42 How to setup and manage branches
    3:49:37 Meteor installation & setup
    3:55:32 Meteor project setup
    4:01:06 Router setup with React components
    4:13:31 Getting into the programming
    4:26:46 Rendering our blog posts
    4:42:06 Apache 2, PHP 5, and MySQL setup
    4:45:36 Server configuration
    4:51:14 Linux hosts file explained
    4:54:40 Deploying our Meteor app to an Apache 2 server
    5:00:03 MongoDB NoSQL database
    5:05:21 Virtual host setup
    5:16:46 phpMyAdmin setup
    5:24:50 Creating a basic virtual host
    5:33:00 WordPress installation on top of our Apache 2 environment
    5:40:25 Database setup
    5:46:48 Python installation and CLI
    5:57:35 Adding/removing users through GUI
    6:01:09 Adding/removing users through CLI
    6:06:55 Adding users to a group
    6:10:51 Introduction to networking
    6:17:41 Local area network (LAN) explained
    6:25:08 Networking commands
    6:35:40 NETSTAT command
    6:40:39 Linux host file
    6:49:59 TRACEROUTE commands
    6:53:57 Network mapping explained
    7:08:29 Using SSH to access the command line of a remote host
    7:11:06 Using SFTP to transfer files between machines
    7:14:43 Setting up SSH on our local machine
    7:20:10 MAN command explained

  34. There are many usernames but this one is mine.
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    maybe a step that validates the downloaded iso image

  35. Printer Help
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    __ __ __ __ B A N G B A N G

  36. michael
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    Thank you!

  37. morthim
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    this escalates exponentially.
    "if you want to move a file this is just like copy but without retaining the file in the original position" that is simple and dumb. but what was teh write/read priviledges in numbers? why were there numbers? why are you using dos to do any of this?
    "user root and group root" what is a group?
    why are some commands vowelless like mv and others use a different naming scheme like chown?

    "if i type out the permissions it has it would look like 644" what?
    "four corresponds to read access" how?
    "six corresponds to write access" how?
    does that mean that there is an array or object of traits?
    does that 644 mean: user gets 6, group gets 4, and something else also gets 4?
    do the numbers represent integrated switches? so 6 means 0110, with bits 2 and 3 actually holding the inclusive meaning?
    delete, read, write, ???

    i realize i sound like an ingrate but since you tried selling this as educational material- you need to go in baby steps. there was a huge jump in difficulty from using the visual interface and typing in the dos box. there is another jump in difficulty when you presume stuff is obvious and talk pragmatically instead of explaining what is going on.

    on the screen right now at 2:04:27 there are a bunch of lines the lines have text/string segments separated into collumns. what the collumns are matters more than the way the content in one collumn works. explain what i'm loooking at. what is the 4096 number collumn? is the date, creation or last-edited? what do the colors of text mean?

    what is cd?

    "i can see the file is also owned by the root?" how is this profound? doesn't the root own everything? also how does ownership work? how do multiple users share ownership rights without making it public?

  38. Paul Wevers
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    Thank you very much sir. Lets see if i can learn something here. If my brain can take it. I salute you for all the work you have done here. Nice to see there are people out there with that open source sharing principle in this money making world. Thanks again! For the people that know how to install a virtual ubuntu, here`s where its started up again https://youtu.be/wBp0Rb-ZJak?t=2242

  39. Coding Gangsters
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    Hello Joseph, that was a bad ass video! I learned a lot. I am looking for a bash scripting course that provides real-world examples of how and why a bash script would be written. I know how to write bash scripts, but am unsure as to where or why to use them. Do you know of a course like this, free or paid, it does not matter to me, I just want to learn the content. Also do you know any could tutorials on cron jobs?

  40. Alex Debie
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    Hi! No offence but why is dis 7 hrs?

  41. andika putra
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    thanks for your tutorial….i hope Allah SWT always blessing you

  42. Arthur Bonnet
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    Chronic counsel at scenario bid mark oral.

  43. Karuveli கருவெளி
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    Thank you very much for excellent contribution to the linux world

  44. wlizhi
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    great video, help me lot get in to linux world 🙂

  45. Ifraz Imanudeen
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    Hi

    Can you or your known one can create a video on Ubuntu for Windows user , which means comparing the client side features of windows towards Ubuntu and where can it be found them in Ubuntu.

    Till now I couldn’t find such video.

  46. Tushar Singh
    August 19, 2018 at 00:26

    love your videos Sir, can't payback for your generosity 🙂

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