posted 1 year ago
Hello,I know something's about Linux commands but I am not gonna say that am I so good.I have a Linux book but is theoritic . I want if you know sites that will helping me learn Linux easier and make practice. I want sites to practice with regular expressions ,egrep, wildcats, scripts(bash). On scripts to use if,for,case. This things we do at school so can someone share some sites (how can I prepare for this) if it could be Linux on two weeks?
posted 1 year ago
There is a free, self study, "Introduction to Linux" course from the Linux Foundation on edx.org -> https://www.edx.org/course/introduction-linux-linuxfoundationx-lfs101x-0#!
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