Using Linux Shells

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7
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There are shells other than the Bash shell that can be used to help you administer a Red Hat Enterprise 7 system. Let's explore how to work with the Red Hat Linux shells to aid in your administration tasks.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • use common commands like less, cat, more, and diff to view and compare file contents
    describe how relative and absolute paths are used and how shortcuts like ../ and ~/ make directory traversal easier
    create aliases for commands and make links to files or directories
  • manipulate the bash prompt and describe how the env and export features can be used
    use the shell tools echo, cat, > to create and edit text files
    Explore the Gnome User Interface and run commands from the BASH Shell

IN THIS COURSE

  • Playable
    1. 
    Viewing and Comparing File Contents from a Shell
    4m 43s
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  • Playable
    2. 
    Using Relative and Absolute Paths
    3m 1s
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    3. 
    Creating Aliases and Links
    7m 55s
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    4. 
    Customizing the Bourne Again Shell
    5m 10s
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    5. 
    Creating and Editing Files in the Shell
    3m 48s
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    6. 
    Exercise:  Use Gnome and the BASH Shell
    4m 14s

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