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3:03 See why Linux is worth learning followed by a basic familiarization with the graphic user interface.
17:46 Introduction to the free video series and how to get help with your Linux questions.
19:26 Installing RedHat or CentOS with minimal modifications to your current system beginning with downloading, installing and configuring VirtualBox on Windows 8.1.
31:47 Create a Red Hat virtual machine including where to download Red Hat Linux and how to install it in a virtualized environment.
49:53 Installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
1:04:30 Completed installation process with Red Hat Enterprise Linux, rebooting, and doing post installation procedures.
1:22:10 Installing RedHat or CentOS with a dual boot approach on Windows 8 starting with how to dual boot Red Hat and windows 8.
1:40:52 Finished installation with dual boot and second steps to running the Linux operating system on a windows computer.
1:49:07 Linux Graphical User Interface (GUI).
2:02:44 Basic familiarization with Linux Graphical user interface. 1:59:12 Learning Linux file systems and the system monitor in the Linux graphical user interface. Looking at processes running and more.
2:12:48 Basic Linux commands for beginners. Learn the Linux command line. File system navigation. Commands "ls, cd, pwd."
2:29:03 File system commands in more detail. Change directory command in with ~.
2:43:11 Finding files. Commands "find, locate, updatedb, man" starting with getting to know the manual.
3:02:58 Permissions for files and and folders. Get started with "chown, chmod."
3:16:58 Changing file and folder ownership and permissions between users. More about commands "chown, chmod."
3:25:45 Basic Linux tasks: Move, delete and copy files. Commands "mv, rm, cp."
3:38:44 Linux commands "grep, pipe, echo, cat."
3:57:39 Introduction to the default packet manager for Red Hat Linux Enterprise and for CentOS called yum packet manager.
4:17:28 Essential options used on a daily basis with the yum packet manager.
4:31:55 Rpm packet manager.
4:39:35 How to get more help and videos about Red Hat Linux Enterprise and CentOS. Thank you for watching!
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Thank you for this video i learned some cool tricks
Completely don't understand the point of creating tutorial videos which are longer than 30 minutes. It is very inconvenient to use. There're no structure or anything. I would normally put thumb down just for that. It is better to have 15 videos instead of that single one.
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Two hours in before even typing in ls in terminal... Is there a reader's digest version of this? What about instructions for headless installations? I'm just a believer in learning termina/vi in conjunction with the UI.
I agree. Iiterally stopped the video and read the comments to see if I was the only one. I dont want to skip ahead but FUUUUUCCCKKKK. 2 hours in virtual box configurations dude? People are still asking to know about linux after the 4 hour video just to be told look on my site? For what the same thing there? Nevertheless, it is still helpful and I am thankful you took the time out to put this together. Resuming the second half now.
Do you have a published outline and curriculum? I'm prepping for RHCE, and I'd prefer not to scroll though hours of video for the missing pieces of the puzzle. Basically I'm looking for the condensed soup version of the Jang study guide.
I'm taking a Udemy course on Linux, and they have a great tutorial for installing Centos on a VirtualBox. I followed it, and I'm running Windows10, and I had no problems.
go to Virtualbox.org, downloads (link on left).
VirtualBox 5.1.4 for Windows hosts x86/amd64 download and install. That's it. used all defaults when I did it, and it ran install on Windows10 for me.
Another good utility to have is 7-zip - 7-zip.org (for windows. for me it was 64bit). Install and accept all defaults. You'll need this to unzip the virtualbox file for LinuxCentos that is offered by the author of the course I'm taking
You can get a free download for LinuxCentos: www.linuxtrainingacademy.com/vdi
it's a 7-zip file. Download to folder on your system, right click, extract here, and you now have a vdi file to build a new Virtualbox with.
Hope this helps.
For anyone having issues with CentOS getting VBOX additions installed. Open the terminal and type:
su (This get you root access)
yum install kernel-devel
yum install gcc*
Then rerun the Vbox additions installer and reboot.
Hey Jerry I had a theoretical question.
So lets say theoretical lets say I have worked for a major company like amazon.com.
And started as a contractor, long story short they hired me as an
amazon employee then i started programing remotely for data centers and
monitoring and dispatching as such juggling a couple tasks, I recently
letf amazon but now the only problem is i have a great company that I
worked for on my resume but we did perform and worked with any linux
operating system in the operation center I worked for. I worked on
Lenel, monitoring, windows configuration and remote programs and even
building servers but never peformed anything on linux or have leanred
how to use linux. with this course that you are advertising. Will I be
able to learn how to use linux on a admin base level? and Learn how to
use enterprise so i can score a nice job. Be advised that i have no
degree. If so please email me if possible and I can provide you with my
email information so others can't email me. Thank you!!!
I have a few Udemy courses on my Android, but sometimes difficult to follow because the fonts are so small. How can I transfer the courses I am taking from my Android device & watch on my pc with a much larger display?
hi can u please post the link from where i can download redhat virtual desktop i tried creating account in red hat site and searched but its showing that i need to have active subscriber so can u help me
You can't install a 64-bit virtual machine guest OS on a 32-bit host OS. Also, if your host OS (the normal OS you use from day to day) came preinstalled and is 32-bit, you might want to make sure that your computer even has 64-bit architecture and is capable of running *_any_* sort of 64-bit OS, whether host OR guest.
His I have a question about the video if you have an swear :P
@35:34 You give us instructions on how to download Red Hat. I REALLY want to work with redhat and not CentOS is there a way to get it without the subscription? Can you give me some insight on what the Triral/Probationary subscription is like?
Guys, lying does not help! Why are you making this untrue statement? 'On Linux you do not have to use the terminal and command lines if you do not want so. At all.'??? You will definitely have to (must) use the terminal during the install and configuration of any and every Linux distro, like flash plugin install (watching videos...), MP3 plugin, installing your fav business, graphics or other apps, adding repos for staple things, ntfs drive access... and its an endless list. This is the weakest point of Linux, the user cannot install anything what he ors he wants by a single click, in most cases only using various and complex commands in terminal. I am on CentOS7 and had WIn10 so I am quite biased.
+Steve Istvan i pretty much agree. when you want to do anything that deviates slightly from the default settings or anything goes wrong, you will find your self at the terminal or in textual configuration files. the problem is that often something goes wrong with the default settings (there's always something that's broken).
That is not true you can install Ubuntu or Linux Mint without knowing anything about them. I can tell you by experience i just switched from Windows Vista Home Basic to Ubuntu 15.04 and havent used terminal once. By the way i only have one month on Linux so im a total noob .
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