Getting Started with Linux
Lab
Beginner
1 h 25 m
2019-04-14
Lab Overview
In this lab, you will learn the basics of navigating the Linux operating system. You will learn core concepts such as using the help system, navigating the file system and using common tools like to manage files and directories.This lab automatically deploys multiple virtual machines that you will use as part of the lab and will take between 3 to 5 minutes to fully provision.

Related Learning Path(s):
Linux System Administration - Exam prep
Exercises
In this exercise, you will start the Real Time Lab environment for the lab. 
In this exercise, you will learn how to access help resources for Ubuntu Linux.
In this exercise, you will practice traversing the file system hierarchy and working with files and directories. You will use commands to view and edit text files, as well as create, copy, move and remove both files and directories. You will also learn how to view and create links.
You continue working with the file system in more detail. In this activity, you will analyze files to determine their type, search for files on the system, and analyze their content using the grep command. You will also archive, compress and decompress files. In order to practice securely logging into a remote system and copying a file securely to a remote system.
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