Linux/Unix Tutorial 101

In this Unix tutorial, we will learn about Linux/Unix which will help us to clear the basic and advanced concepts about Linux/UNIX.

Linux is an open-source operating system that helps us to perform tasks and run the processes as we do in windows and MAC operating systems.

In the Unix tutorial, we will learn about the concepts of Unix as Unix is also an operating system that is capable of handling multiple activities at the same time. The development of the Unix operating system was started at AT&T Bell Labs by Ken Thompson and Dennis Ritchie in 1969.

In this tutorial, we will cover the concepts of Directories, Files, Man Pages, Files context, VI editors, File Permissions Creation of users and groups, shell commands, etc. We are acquiring an audience that can understand the concept of Linux from Basic to advance.

Unix Linux Tutorial Beginner to Advance
Linux Tutorial Beginner to Advance

Table Contents

Linux Tutorial

Linux Directories

Linux Files

  • file
  • touch
  • rm
  • cp
  • mv
  • rename

Linux Man Pages

  • Linux Man
  • Linux Man -a
  • Linux Man -aw
  • Linux Man -f
  • Linux Man -k
  • Linux Man whereis

Linux File Contents

  • Linux File Contents
  • Linux Head
  • Linux tail
  • Linux cat
  • Linux tac
  • Linux more
  • Linux less

Linux File Hierarchy

  • Linux File Hierarchy
  • Binary Directories
  • Configuration Directories
  • Data Directories
  • Memory Directories
  • Usr Directory
  • var Directory
  • Non-standard Directory

Linux Filters

  • Linux Filters
  • Linux cat
  • Linux cut
  • Linux grep
  • Linux tr
  • Linux sed
  • Linux tee
  • Linux tr
  • Linux wc
  • Linux od
  • Linux sort
  • Linuxgzip

Linux I/O Redirection

  • Linux I/O Redirection
  • Linux Input Redirection
  • Linux Output Redirection
  • Linux Error Redirection

Linux Unix Tools

  • Linux Unix Tools
  • Linux Find
  • Linux Locate
  • Linux Date
  • Linux Cal
  • Linux Sleep
  • Linux Time
  • Linux zcat/zmore
  • Linux bzip2
  • Linux bzcat
  • Linux df

Linux Regex

  • Linux RegEx
  • Linux Grep RegEx
  • Linux rename RegEx
  • Linux Sed RegEx

Linux Users

  • Linux Users
  • Local su Commands
  • Linux User Management
  • User Password
  • Local Groups

Linux File Security

  • Linux Permission
  • Linux File OwnerShip
  • Linux Advance Permission
  • Linux File Links

Linux Shell Commands

  • Linux Commands
  • Linux Aliases
  • Linux Arguments
  • Linux Control Operators
  • Linux Displaying Shell
  • Linus File Globbing
  • Linux Shell History
  • Linux History Commands
  • Linux History Size
  • Linux Bang Bang

Linux Networkings

  • Linux Networking
  • Linux ifconfig
  • Linux ip
  • Linux traceroute
  • Linux tracepath
  • Linux ping
  • Linux netstat
  • Linux ss
  • Linux dig
  • Linux nslookup
  • Linux route
  • Linux host
  • Linux arp
  • Linux iwconfig
  • Linux hostname
  • Linux curl and wget
  • Linux mtr
  • Linux whois
  • Linux ifplugstatus

Linux Vi Editor

  • Linux Vi Editor
  • Linux Vi Commands
  • switch
  • move
  • jump
  • delete
  • undo and repeat
  • cut, copy, paste
  • cut, copy paste, blocks
  • start and end
  • joining
  • word
  • search
  • replace all
  • Text Buffer
  • Abbreviations

Linux System Admin

  • Linux Admin Commands
  • Linux uptime
  • Linux service
  • Linux terminating
    1. Linux kill
    2. Linux killall
    3. Linux pkill
    4. Linux xkill
  • Linux pmap
  • -x
  • -d
  • -q
  • -v
  • Linux wget command
    • wget <URL>
    • wget -O<fileName> <URL>
    • wget –limit-rate=<Numberk<URL>
    • wget -c <URL>
  • wget -b<URL>
  • wget –tries=<Number> <URL>
  • wget -i <fileName>

Unix Tutorial PreConditions

In this tutorial there are some Preconditions to learn about Linux is to have basic knowledge of the Operating System which will help you to better understand the concepts of Linux.


In this tutorial, we have focused on our Viewers to learn Linux from Basic to Advanced.

Problems / Error

In this tutorial, we have focused on No Problems/ Errors If somehow you find any Error or any Problem you can report that to us freely on our contact us page we will appreciate that for this effort.

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