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About This Course

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone looking to learn about Bash scripting
  • Developers looking to learn the skills needed to utilise Linux features
  • Linux developers
  • Unix developers
  • Mac developers
  • Applications programmers
  • People looking to learn about programming
  • Those seeking to understand how Linux programming works
  • People seeking guidance on how to create Linux and Mac scripts
  • Beginners and experts in this field
  • People with a desire to improve their programming knowledge

What you’ll learn: 

  • What Bash scripting is
  • Linux certifications
  • How to develop using the Linux programming language
  • Features of the Linux programming language
  • Coding semantics
  • Application programming
  • Network programming

Linux is the most popular platform in the world. These platforms are developed for companies such as Google, Facebook, and Microsoft for mobile development. This course will ensure you are not left out as more and more companies use this awesome and powerful language. 

Learn about everything there is to know about Linux Bash Scripting. A step-by-step process is used to explain every facet of the topic in the course. This course includes information on application programming and design!

If you have any questions regarding the topics covered in this course, please feel free to ask. I’m always happy to help those who want to learn.

In summary, this is what you get:

  • Lifetime access to HD quality videos. No monthly subscription. Learn at your own pace, whenever you want.
  • Free helpful support when you have questions or get stuck.
  • Multiple coding challenges to practice your new skills with solutions.

Our Promise to You

By the end of this course, you will have learned step-by-step about Bash scripting, Linux and Shell programming.

 30 Day Money Back Guarantee. If you are unsatisfied for any reason, simply contact us and we’ll give you a full refund. No questions asked.

 Get started today and learn more about the principles behind bash scripting.

Course Curriculum

Section 1 - Introduction
Introduction 00:00:00
Bash vs Shell vs Command Line vs Terminal 00:00:00
Section 2 - Navigation
Listing Folder Contents (ls) 00:00:00
Print Current Folder (pwd) 00:00:00
Change Folder (cd) 00:00:00
Using A Stack To Push Folders (pushd/popd) 00:00:00
Check File Type (file) 00:00:00
Find File By Name (locate) & Update Locate Database (updatedb) 00:00:00
Find A Command (which) 00:00:00
Show Command History (history) 00:00:00
Section 3 - Getting Help
Show Manual Descriptions (whatis) 00:00:00
Search Manual (apropos) 00:00:00
Reference Manuals (man) 00:00:00
Section 4 - Working With Files Or Folders
Creating A Folder (mkdir) 00:00:00
Creating A File (touch) 00:00:00
Copy Files/Folders (cp) 00:00:00
Move & Rename Files/Folders (mv) 00:00:00
Delete Files or Folders (rm) 00:00:00
Delete Empty Folder (rmdir) 00:00:00
Change File Permissions (chmod) 00:00:00
Section 5 - Text Files
File Concatenation (cat) 00:00:00
File Perusal Filter (more/less) 00:00:00
Terminal Based Text Editor (nano) 00:00:00
Section 6 - Users
Run Commands As A Superuser (sudo) 00:00:00
Change User (su) 00:00:00
Show Effecter User and Group IDs (id) 00:00:00
Section 7 - Killing Programs And Logging Out
Kill A Running Command (ctrl + c) 00:00:00
Kill All Processes By A Name (killall) 00:00:00
Logging Out Of Bash (exit) 00:00:00
Section 8 - Shortcuts
Tell Bash That There Is No More Input (ctrl plus d) 00:00:00
Clear The Screen (ctr plus l) 00:00:00
Zoom In (ctrl plus +) 00:00:00
Zoom Out (ctrl plus -) 00:00:00
Moving The Cursor 00:00:00
Deleting Text 00:00:00
Fixing Typos 00:00:00
Cutting and Pasting 00:00:00
Character Capitalisation 00:00:00
Section 9 - Bash
Bash File Structure 00:00:00
Echo Command 00:00:00
Comments 00:00:00
Variables 00:00:00
Strings 00:00:00
While Loop 00:00:00
For Loop 00:00:00
Until Loop 00:00:00
Break and Continue 00:00:00
Get User Input 00:00:00
If Statement 00:00:00
Case Statements 00:00:00
Get Arguments From The Command Line 00:00:00
Functions 00:00:00
Global vs Local Variables 00:00:00
Arrays 00:00:00
Shell and Environment Variables 00:00:00
Scheduled Automation 00:00:00
Aliases 00:00:00
Wildcards 00:00:00
Multiple Commands 00:00:00
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