- Feb 25, 2019
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MP4 | Video: AVC 1920 x 1080 | Audio: AAC 44 Khz 2ch | Duration: 01:08:18 | 262.54 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Learn what you need to know to manage a command-line interface with a powerful new twist using Bash on Ubuntu on Windows.
This video shows you that Windows Subsystem for Linux is an exciting new technology that allows Windows users to run Linux applications right on their Windows desktop without virtual machines or complicated setup. Exploring the Linux command line or testing exciting web technologies becomes a breeze.
You will learn basic operating system concepts, how Windows and Linux are different, how to install Windows Subsystem for Linux and Ubuntu on Windows using the Windows Store, and how to navigate the command line and install and maintain Linux software in a secure manner. You will be able to use the Linux command line; recognize various error messages; use Windows to execute instructions found in books and web forums; and develop documentation to set up and work with web frameworks that assume the user is running Linux.
Text software interfaces can be intimidating when first encountered by novice users, and expert users may be more familiar with DOS-style text commands. This video clearly and calmly explains what is happening when the screen fills up with text or when no response is given, helping to take the confusion out of the text experience.
What You Will Learn
Install Windows Subsystem for Linux
Understand how Windows and Linux can fit together
Use command-line basics
Work with Files