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Watch new AT&T Archive films every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 🤍 In the late 1960s, Bell Laboratories computer scientists Dennis Ritchie and Ken Thompson started work on a project that was inspired by an operating system called Multics, a joint project of MIT, GE, and Bell Labs. The host and narrator of this film, Victor Vyssotsky, also had worked on the Multics project. Ritchie and Thompson, recognizing some of the problems with the Multics OS, set out to create a more useful, flexible, and portable system for programmers to work with. What's fascinating about the growth of UNIX is the long amount of time that it was given to develop, almost organically, and based on the needs of the users and programmers. The first installation of the program was done as late as 1972 (on a NY Telephone branch computer). It was in conjunction with the refinement of the C programming language, principally designed by Dennis Ritchie. Because the Bell System had limitations placed by the government that prevented them from selling software, UNIX was made available under license to universities and the government. This helped further its development, as well as making it a more "open" system. This film "The UNIX System: Making Computers More Productive", is one of two that Bell Labs made in 1982 about UNIX's significance, impact and usability. Even 10 years after its first installation, it's still an introduction to the system. The other film, "The UNIX System: Making Computers Easier to Use", is roughly the same, only a little shorter. The former film was geared towards software developers and computer science students, the latter towards programmers specifically. The film contains interviews with primary developers Ritchie, Thompson, Brian Kernighan, and many others. While widespread use of UNIX has waned, most modern operating systems have at least a conceptual foundation in UNIX. Footage courtesy of AT&T Archives and History Center, Warren, NJ
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For more from the AT&T Archives, visit 🤍 The Unix System: Making Computers Easier to Use - 1982 This 23-minute film about UNIX was designed for students with an interest in engineering, math, computer science or other sciences. The film was made available to the public in December 1982. It covers different ways that UNIX could be employed practically in a computing environment. Another film about UNIX released at the same time, "The UNIX System: Making Computers More Productive," was aimed at computer science majors and corporate trainees, and presented a more detailed discussion of the UNIX system and its various applications. Hosted by Victor Vyssotsky in a Carl-Sagan-esque turtleneck sweater, this film includes Dennis Ritchie, one of UNIX's inventors, along with Bell Labs staffers and programmers Brian Kernighan, Catherine Ann Brooks, Lorinda Cherry, Alfred Aho, Nina Macdonald, and John Mashey. Dennis Ritchie and Ken Thompson started work on what would become UNIX originally in 1969. They developed it to run on a DEC PDP-7 to begin with; it would eventually be ported to other computers. By 1976, UNIX was used in more than 30 Bell Labs groups, and there were UNIX installations at over 80 universities. Footage Courtesy of AT&T Archives and History Center, Warren, NJ
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Benno Rice 🤍 UNIX is a hell of a thing. From starting as a skunkworks project in Bell Labs to accidentally dominating the computer industry it's a huge part of the landscape that we work within. The thing is, was it the best thing we could have had? What could have been done better? Join me for a bit of meditation on what else existed then, what was gained, what was lost, and what could (and should) be re-learned. linux.conf.au is a conference about the Linux operating system, and all aspects of the thriving ecosystem of Free and Open Source Software that has grown up around it. Run since 1999, in a different Australian or New Zealand city each year, by a team of local volunteers, LCA invites more than 500 people to learn from the people who shape the future of Open Source. For more information on the conference see 🤍 Produced by NDV: 🤍 #linux.conf.au #linux #foss #opensource Wed Jan 15 13:30:00 2020 at Room 5
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This started as a Patreon bonus! My Patreon supporters get cool bonus content like videos, articles, and special how-tos. Support me for as little as $1/month to get access to this and other bonus content. We don’t give much thought these days to what “Unix” means. In 2023, most Unix systems are actually running some version of Linux, which includes modern tools and commands that were unthinkable when Unix hit the scene in the early 1970s. But some 50 years later, “Unix” still lives on. I wanted to look back on Unix history and experience first-hand what it was like to use the original Unix. Unix 3rd Edition debuted in 1973, and I chose that version as my target. That’s transporting back in time by 50 years. 6:20 terminal setup 9:20 FORTRAN66 program 16:30 nroff document 32:20 linenum program For another example of using Linux like original Unix, read my article on Sysadmin Signal: 🤍 For more FreeDOS content, visit our website 🤍 Join us on Facebook 🤍 Follow us on Mastodon 🤍 Consider supporting me on Patreon 🤍 And don't forget to Like and Subscribe! Standard comment rules apply.
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what is the difference between linux and unix ? Unix is developed by AT and T bell labs in 1971. Linux is developed by linux community in 1991. Main developers of unix are Dennis Ritchie and Ken Thompson. Creater of linux is Linus Torvalds. Unix originally began as a propriety operating system from Bell Laboratories, which later on spawned into different commercial versions, such as oracle solaris , IBM AIX extactra. Linux is open source and used by many operating systems, such as Ubuntu , Debian extactra. #shorts #linux #unix #bydubebox
In this video I discuss the Y2K38 bug, also known as the end of Unix time and the year 2038 problem, software that is currently affected by the bug, and what can be done to fix it. The Y2k38 bug is similar to the Y2K bug and will probably have the same level of effect on computer systems. ₿💰💵💲Help Support the Channel by Donating Crypto💲💵💰₿ Monero 45F2bNHVcRzXVBsvZ5giyvKGAgm6LFhMsjUUVPTEtdgJJ5SNyxzSNUmFSBR5qCCWLpjiUjYMkmZoX9b3cChNjvxR7kvh436 Bitcoin 3MMKHXPQrGHEsmdHaAGD59FWhKFGeUsAxV Ethereum 0xeA4DA3F9BAb091Eb86921CA6E41712438f4E5079 Litecoin MBfrxLJMuw26hbVi2MjCVDFkkExz8rYvUF Dash Xh9PXPEy5RoLJgFDGYCDjrbXdjshMaYerz Zcash t1aWtU5SBpxuUWBSwDKy4gTkT2T1ZwtFvrr Chainlink 0x0f7f21D267d2C9dbae17fd8c20012eFEA3678F14 Bitcoin Cash qz2st00dtu9e79zrq5wshsgaxsjw299n7c69th8ryp Etherum Classic 0xeA641e59913960f578ad39A6B4d02051A5556BfC USD Coin 0x0B045f743A693b225630862a3464B52fefE79FdB Subscribe to my YouTube channel 🤍 and be sure to click that notification bell so you know when new videos are released.
Если вы постигаете Linux вы наверно часто встречаетесь с термином Unix. В этом видео вы узнаете как Linux повязан с Unix и в чем их отличия. Что такое Unix - это самая старая OS. В 60 годах прошлого столетия в лабораториях AT&T Bell Labs в Соединенных штатах начали разработку новой операционную систему. Но некоторые разработчики отделились и в 70 годах создали Unix Linux это open source аналог Unix. Они очень близки по духу, но Linux называют Unix подобная операционная система. Что такое Linux можете узнать по ссылки 🤍 Причем Unix Linux, причем тут Mac OS? Узнаете в видео. (Антон Павленко) ХОТИТЕ ПОМОЧЬ КАНАЛУ? Если есть возможность прямого доната: Яндекс.Деньги: 🤍 🤍 WMR: R264651608312 WMZ: Z389713186338 WNE: E706355091678 Реферальная ссылка на PROFI: 🤍 Регистрируйтесь и совершайте покупки на Letyshops по моей реферальной ссылки 🤍 КОНТАКТЫ: Канал в TELEGRAM: 🤍 (worlditech) Чат в TELEGRAM: 🤍 Группа в VK: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 Еще контакты: 🤍 🤍 🤍 #UnixLinux #Unix #Linux #Freebsd #Bsd #ИсторияUnix #Mac #Macintosh #ЧтоТакоеUnix #LinuxUnix #UnixСистемы #Manjaro #Fedora #Centos #UnixПодобнаяОперационнаяСистема #UnixПодобнаяОс #UnixПодобнаяЧтоЭто #UnixПодобнаяСистема #OpenSource #СамаяСтараяOs #Линукс #UnixподобнаяОперационнаяСистема #АнтонПавленко #Ityoutubersru #MacOs
🔥Edureka UNIX Training: 🤍 This UNIX Commands video will help you to dive deeper into UNIX. It will talk about the various types of commands used in UNiX. Below are the topics covered in this session: 0:32 Getting Started with UNIX 10:37 Basic UNIX Commands Introducing Edureka Elevate, a one of its kind software development program where you only pay the program fees once you get a top tech job. If you are a 4th year engineering student or a fresh graduate, this program is open to you! Learn more: 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Subscribe to our channel to get video updates. Hit the subscribe button above: 🤍 Edureka Community: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Telegram: 🤍 SlideShare: 🤍 #edureka #UnixEdureka #UnixCommands #unix #UnixOnlineTraining - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - How it Works? 1. This is a 7 Week Instructor led Online Course, 25 hours of assignment and 10 hours of project work 2. We have a 24x7 One-on-One LIVE Technical Support to help you with any problems you might face or any clarifications you may require during the course. 3. At the end of the training, you will have to undergo a 2-hour LIVE Practical Exam based on which we will provide you a Grade and a Verifiable Certificate! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - About the Course: Edureka's Unix Administration course covers all the concepts on administration methods in Unix. Starting from Unix installation to security administration, networking concepts, file system management, system services, Kernel services, Unix configuration. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Who should go for this course? This course can be taken by any professional who wants to be a Unix Administrator or wants to learn Unix. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Why learn Unix Administration? Unix is everywhere. In your daily life, you are communicating with Unix servers, major internet sites such as Facebook and Google are using Unix servers. In addition, most modern televisions and Android mobiles run on Unix. At the root of it, Unix is free software used to control desktop, laptop, supercomputers, mobile devices, networking equipment, airplanes and automobiles and so on. With Unix knowledge and an inexpensive computer you can create tiny gadgets at home, making it a widely acclaimed weapon in your skills' armour. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - For more information, Please write back to us at sales🤍edureka.in or call us at IND: 9606058406 / US: 18338555775 (toll free).
You might be aware that Apple's current Mac operating system is based on UNIX...but the company's history with the platform goes back farther than you might realize. Sources: Macintosh IIx photo: 🤍 Macworld, March 1988. "Companies Report PC Sales Up Despite Stock Market Troubles", Rachel Parker. InfoWorld, October 17, 1988. Cornell University computer lab photo, source unknown. Univac computer photo, source unknown. "Apple Brackets Unix, Ethernet", Patricia Keefe. Computerworld, March 2, 1987. "Apple Keen on Unix Future", Alan J. Ryan. Computerworld, August 15, 1988. Kmart Computer Centre photo, source unknown. NIST building photo: 🤍 "Posix is Government's Portability Choice", Scott Mace and Stuart J. Johnston. InfoWorld, September 5, 1988. FIPS 151, Federal Register, Sepetmber 12, 1988. "Apple to Support Posix Standard", Mitch Betts. Computerworld, August 8, 1988. UNIX System Lab office photo: 🤍 VT100 terminal photo: 🤍 Macintosh factory video (part 2): 🤍 "Apple Reveals Plans for Updated A/UX, PowerOpen Unix Development Alliance", Cate Corcoran. InfoWorld, November 4, 1991. "Rivals IBM, Apple Team Up for Open Platform", Kristi Coale and Ed Scannell. InfoWorld, July 8, 1991. AT&T UNIX PC photo: 🤍 AT&T System V books photo: 🤍 "Universities High on A/UX But Want More", Laurie Flynn. InfoWorld, March 7, 1988. "A/UX Ships Following Lengthy Delay", Julie Pitta. Computerworld, February 15, 1988. "Apple Breaks Into Unix Market With A/UX OS", Laurie Flynn and Carole Patton. InfoWorld, February 22, 1988. "Developers Eager to Display Programs Run Under A/UX", Laurie Flynn. InfoWorld, February 22, 1988. University of Michigan Computing News, January 2, 1989. "Apple Hopes to Win Friends For A/UX", Cate Corcoran. InfoWorld, November 4, 1991. "Apple Finally Gets Unix Right with A/UX 3.0", Don Crabb. InfoWorld, August 10, 1992. "Lotus Promises 1-2-3 for Sun in Second Quarter", Ed Scannell. InfoWorld, January 22, 1990. Computer Chronicles, April 21, 1987. Windows 3.1 commercial: 🤍 "Vendors Join NT Parade by Porting Unix Apps", Steve Moore. Computerworld, August 21, 1995. Power Mac 7100 photo: 🤍 "Macintosh Users Get Ready For Unix", James Daly. Computerworld, September 27, 1993. MacUser, June, 1991. Quadra 950 photo: 🤍 - Please consider supporting my work on Patreon: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter and Instagram! 🤍thisdoesnotcomp - Music: "Outliers 1", "Wave Crest", "Smack Dab", "Call Waiting", "Born in the 90s" and "Stay Near" by Epidemic Sound (🤍). Intro music by BoxCat Games (🤍).
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This is an "untold" story in UNIX which had a major effect on the current environment of UNIX-like operating systems such as the BSD's, Minux and Linux. I wonder where we would be today without the seminal work of people like John Lions who took the time to go through the UNIX System 6 source code and document what each piece of the puzzle did, so it could be taught to those of us interested in learning more about the workings of the system. The paper John wrote went viral and even was published as a book. Force to remove it from publication in 1979 it returned finally in 1996 and is still available today. "You are not expected to understand this" became the hallmark quote of this early work. Amazon Link to John Lions "Commentary on UNIX" Book: 🤍 00:00 - Intro 00:48 - Quote 01:40 - OS Approach 1 02:40 - OS Approach 2 03:28 - OS Approach 3 04:29 - UNIX is released 05:52 - 1975 Unix System 6 Release 07:21 - Commentary on UNIX 08:24 - John Lions Quote 09:34 - The Book 10:21 - System 7 12:13 - Minix 12:57 - Linux 13:29 - Re-Release of John Lions Book 15:11 - NextGen OS 16:03 - Tagline 20:21 - Outro Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Follow me: Twitter 🤍djware55 Facebook:🤍 Gitlab: 🤍 #unix #johnlions #commentary
In this lecture, we have covered basic concepts of Unix / Linux to get started with Unix Shell Scripting. Here we have covered what is UNIX, history, Unix Architecture - Kernel Shell Commands and Utilities Files and Directories Also how to login to Unix, How to change Unix password, Listing Directories and Files and accessing the username and user details. Please find the step by step procedure to install Cygwin- 1. Download the file setup.exe from site 🤍cygwin.com. 2. Run the application from your local hard drive. 3. Choose the next button on first screen. 4. Select "Install from Internet" option and click next button. 5. Give a preferred installation directory and click next button. 6. Give a temporary installation directory and click next button. 7. Select "Direct Connection" and click next button. 8. Give a temporary directory and click next button. 9. Select "Direct Connection" and click next. 10. Select a download site and click next. 11. Select the packages you want to install and click next. 12. Simply select another server and continue the installation process. 13. Once installation is completed, click Finish and continue with the Setup section. If you find any difficulties, please let me know in the comments below. But first, you should be aware of Structured Query Language (SQL) which we have already covered. Please find the link for FULL COURSE OF SQL. SQL Full Course Playlist- 🤍 PYTHON Full Course Playlist- 🤍 Data Warehouse Playlist- 🤍 Don't forget to like and follow us on our social media accounts which are linked below. Facebook- 🤍 Instagram- 🤍 Twitter- 🤍 Tumblr- ampcode.tumblr.com Channel Description- AmpCode provides you e-learning platform with a mission of making education accessible to every student. AmpCode will provide you tutorials, full courses of some of the best technologies in the world today.By subscribing to this channel, you will never miss out on high quality videos on trending topics in the areas of Big Data & Hadoop, DevOps, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Angular, Data Science, Apache Spark, Python, Selenium, Tableau, AWS , Digital Marketing and many more. #ampcode #unix #linux #shell_scripting #shell_commands #command_prompt
A look at the many new versions of Unix and its challenge to DOS and OS/2. Guests: Rick Davis, Frame Technology; Karen Lusardi, Sun Microsystem; Janet Dobbs, Hewlett Packard; Bill Jacobs, Apple; Karen Christian, Wiesel Lab; Doug Michels, SCOMichael Karels, UC Berkeley Products/Demos: Sun 386i Unix Workstation; Sun; Write; Sun; Paint; Sun; Draw; Sun File Manager; Open Look; OSF/Motif; HP 9000 360 Unix Workstation; X Windows with A/UXSCO Xenix
Get 10% off a custom domain and email address by going to 🤍 So as you may have noticed from last episode, computers keep getting faster and faster, and by the start of the 1950s they had gotten so fast that it often took longer to manually load programs via punch cards than to actually run them! The solution was the operating system (or OS), which is just a program with special privileges that allows it to run and manage other programs. So today, we’re going to trace the development of operating systems from the Multics and Atlas Supervisor to Unix and MS-DOS, and take at look at how these systems heavily influenced popular OSes like Linux, Windows, MacOS, and Android that we use today. Produced in collaboration with PBS Digital Studios: 🤍 Want to know more about Carrie Anne? 🤍 The Latest from PBS Digital Studios: 🤍 Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Tumblr - 🤍 Support Crash Course on Patreon: 🤍 CC Kids: 🤍
Anytime someone mentions any text editor (like Vi/m, Emacs, Nano, etc.), someone will make the joke that "ed is the standard editor." While it's a joke, 'ed' actually was the standard text editor for Unix in the early days of Unix. And while 'ed' has largely been supplanted with editors like Vi/m and Emacs, it is still worthwhile to know the basics of the original text editor for Unix-like operating systems. REFERENCED: ► 🤍 - The Ed Manual WANT TO SUPPORT THE CHANNEL? 💰 Patreon: 🤍 💳 Paypal: 🤍 🛍️ Amazon: 🤍 👕 Teespring: 🤍 DONATE CRYPTO: 💰 Bitcoin: 1Mp6ebz5bNcjNFW7XWHVht36SkiLoxPKoX 🐶 Dogecoin: D5fpRD1JRoBFPDXSBocRTp8W9uKzfwLFAu 📕 LBC: bMfA2c3zmcLxPCpyPcrykLvMhZ7A5mQuhJ SOCIAL PLATFORMS: 🗨️ Mastodon: 🤍 👫 Reddit: 🤍 📽️ LBRY/Odysee: 🤍 DT ON THE WEB: 🕸️ Website: 🤍 🐿️ Gemini Capsule: gemini://distro.tube 📁 GitLab: 🤍 FREE AND OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE THAT I USE: 🌐 Brave Browser - 🤍 📽️ Open Broadcaster Software: 🤍 🎬 Kdenlive: 🤍 🎨 GIMP: 🤍 🎵 Ardour: 🤍 💻 VirtualBox: 🤍 🗒️ Doom Emacs: 🤍 Your support is very much appreciated. Thanks, guys!
Did you know that Microsoft made their own version of UNIX, all the way back as far as 1979, before MS-DOS and Windows was even a thing!? As usual, no story of computing folklore would be complete without a bit of controversy, and the story of Xenix is not short of a fair few crazy moments! Controversy aside, I bet you'll learn a good bit about a bit of history today, that could have changed the way we see and use computers a whole lot, if Xenix had won the day. Get ready for a compelling story! Learn about: Legal battles! Product mergers! Acquisitions! UNIX on the original PC and Apple Lisa! Steve Ballmer on Cocaine! Don't forget to LIKE this video and please SUBSCRIBE to my channel! Press that NOTIFICATION bell (all notifications) so you get to know when new great videos come out that you'll like! I really do appreciate your subscriptions, it makes the countless hours I spend on this channel feel so worthwhile! If you really like my stuff and fancy joining this channel to get access to perks, you'll be helping me develop the channel for the future with new equipment and spurn me on for more content: 🤍 Donate on Patreon: 🤍 Or buy me a quick coffee on Ko-Fi: 🤍 On the web & social media: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 #retrocomputing #vintagecomputing #infosec Credits for video: A look into Xenix, Microsoft's long forgotten Unix Operating System [COMPAQ PORTABLE PLUS - Pt III] - 🤍THEPHINTAGECOLLECTOR 🤍 SCO OpenServer 6.0.0 - 🤍digitalarchaeologist5102 🤍 SCO vs. IBM - SCO's lawsuit against IBM - 🤍techperspectives 🤍 Lawyer Career Video - 🤍Lawyer Career Video 🤍 BSD UNIX - NETWORK ENCYCLOPEDIA 🤍NetworkEncyclopedia 🤍 SUN Sparcstation 10 (Year 1993) - SUN OS 4.1.4 & NeXTSTEP 3.3.4 - 🤍devnull. 🤍 A Tour of Windows 3.1 - Software Showcase - 🤍ComputerClan 🤍 How Bill Gates CRUSHED IBM with One GENIUS Move (The Story of Microsoft Documentary) - 🤍thinkonomics 🤍 Linus Torvalds Introduces Linux 1.0 - 🤍techperspectives 🤍 Microsoft Windows 95 - Start Multitasking (Commercial Remake) - 🤍holograms 🤍 History of Microsoft 1975 - 🤍jonpaulmoen 🤍 TRS-80 Model 16 - TRSDOS and XENIX Demo - 🤍TJBChris 🤍 Compaq 386s/20 386sx - XENIX with GUI & Network (Year 1991) - 🤍devnull. 🤍 The Computer Chronicles - UNIX (1985) - 🤍ComputerChroniclesYT 🤍 Ken Thompson and Dennis Ritchie Explain UNIX (Bell Labs) - 🤍VortexTech 🤍 Bell Labs Film on Shaping the Computer Age from 1984 - AT&T Archives - 🤍ATTTechChannel 🤍 AT&T Archives: The UNIX Operating System - 🤍ATTTechChannel 🤍 Microsoft Interface Manager: 🤍 XENIX Now! / SCO XENIX - Computer Ads From the Past: 🤍 Beta Archive SCO Unix 3.2: 🤍 SCO System V 2.x - Archive.org: 🤍 Apple Lisa and SCO XENIX: 🤍 🤍 Table of Contents: 0:00 Introduction 1:44 Origins of Xenix 6:15 What did Xenix run on & what did it do? 8:08 How much did Xenix cost? 9:57 Shortcomings of Xenix 12:19 Imagine what could have been 15:07 Selling to SCO 20:04 Legal Issues & Bankruptcy 21:05 How Xenix lives on!
Linux Admin Certification Training: 🤍 This Unix vs Linux Tutorial video will help you understand the basic differences between both of these operating systems while giving you an idea about each of the Operating Systems. This also takes you through the features and limitations of both Unix & Linux. 00:52 What is Unix? 02:02 What is Linux? 03:03 Unix vs Linux 03:07 Use 03:30 Development & Distribution 03:55 Architecture 04:20 Processor 04:41 File System Support 05:08 Shell Interface 05:33 Graphical User Interface 06:01 Portability 06:13 Security 06:36 Threat Detection 07:04 Source Code 07:21 License 07:44 Unix Limitations 08:35 Linux Limitations 09:22 Market Trends #edureka #LinuxEdureka #LinuxTutorial #LinuxOnlineTraining Check our complete Linux admin playlist here: 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Subscribe to our channel to get video updates. Hit the subscribe button above: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - How it Works? 1. This is a 7 Week Instructor led Online Course, 25 hours of assignment and 10 hours of project work 2. We have a 24x7 One-on-One LIVE Technical Support to help you with any problems you might face or any clarifications you may require during the course. 3. At the end of the training you will have to undergo a 2-hour LIVE Practical Exam based on which we will provide you a Grade and a Verifiable Certificate! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - About the Course: Edureka's Linux Administration course covers all the concepts on administration methods in Linux. Starting from Linux installation to security administration, networking concepts, file system management, system services, Kernel services, Linux configuration. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Who should go for this course? This course can be taken by any professional who wants to be a Linux Administrator or wants to learn Linux. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Why learn Linux Administration? Linux is everywhere. In your daily life, you are communicating with Linux servers, major internet sites such as Facebook and Google are using Linux servers. In addition, most modern televisions and Android mobiles run on Linux. At the root of it, Linux is free software used to control desktop, laptop, supercomputers, mobile devices, networking equipment, airplanes and automobiles and so on. With Linux knowledge and an inexpensive computer you can create tiny gadgets at home, making it a widely acclaimed weapon in your skills' armour. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - For more information, Please write back to us at sales🤍edureka.co or call us at IND: 9606058406 / US: 18338555775 (toll free).
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