Linux Essentials for Windows Users LiveLessons is a concise video training course covering core topics, so you can start using Windows Subsystem for Linux. Expert author and trainer Sander van Vugt will walk you through the basics for using Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). The course is for anyone new to Linux who uses WSL and is meant to supplement the author’s larger Linux Fundamentals course, in addition to any other Linux basics training.
Linux Essentials for Windows Users LiveLessons is a short and precise course going over details for Windows users to use Linux commands by covering necessary and important foundational knowledge of working with WSL, using tools like MobaXterm and WinSCP that will allow connection to Linux and link Windows and Linux. The course will also cover Linux command line with a focus on WSL version 2.
The course is a preparation for anyone using Windows to access Linux and designed to enable Windows users to access the power of Linux.
- Getting started with Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 (WSL)
- Exploring the WSL Command Line
- Using root Permissions
- Running a Linux Service on WSL
About the Instructor
Sander van Vugt has many years of experience working with, writing about, and teaching Linux and Open Source topics. He is the author of the best-selling Red Hat RHCSA Cert Guide and the Red Hat RHCSA Complete Video Course along with many other titles on topics that include RHCE, Bash, Kubernetes, Ansible and more. Sander also works as a Linux instructor, teaching on-site and on-line classes for customers around the world.
Learn How To
- Get started with Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 (WSL)
- Explore the WSL Command Line
- Use root Permissions
- Run a Linux Service on WSL
- Use tools like MobaXterm and WinSCP
Who Should Take This Course
- Any Windows user who wants to work with Linux.
- Students should have access to Windows 10 or later.
Released June 2022
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