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Thomas Kuruvila

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Robotics

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Course Description

We are all familiar with what an Operating System is and what it can do for an end user. We all might also be familiar with the different versions of Windows. But as budding engineers, it is a must to be exposed to the Linux environment as well. To get you started on this path, here is a quick guide to the Linux Operating System.

Course Outcomes

Since human beings aren't digital, we need an interface to interact with an operating system. The most common one these days is a graphical file explorer, which translates clicks and double-clicks into commands to open files and run programs. Before computers had graphical displays, people typed instructions into a program called a command-line shell. Each time a command is entered, the shell runs some other programs, prints their output in human-readable form, and then displays a prompt to signal that it's ready to accept the next command. Its name comes from the notion that it's the "outer shell" of the computer. Typing commands instead of clicking and dragging may seem clumsy at first, but as you will see, once you start spelling out what you want the computer to do, you can combine old commands to create new ones and automate repetitive operations with just a few keystrokes.


Course Curriculum

1 Introduction
1 Min


2 Overview
2 Min


3 Introduction to Linux OS
2 Min


4 Evolution of a UNIX System
3 Min


5 Evolution of a Linux Kernel
3 Min


6 GNU vs CLI
4 Min


7 Linux OS vs Linux Kernel


8 Architecture of Linux OS - I
4 Min


9 Architecture of Linux OS - II
2 Min


10 Understanding the Linux Kernel
3 Min


Instructor

Thomas Kuruvila

5 Rating
6 Reviews
59 Students
7 Courses

Robotics Engineer from Andromeida

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