LiveLessons - Linux Under the Hood(compressed) English | Size: 1.26 GB Category: CBTS
One of the best Linux courses created by Sander van Vugt. Delves into the inner workings of the best community OS. This is a unique video project that focuses on Linux internals, so you can get the most out of the Linux operating system.
[Format]: MPEG-4 [Resolution]: 1280 x 720 pixels [Display aspect ratio]: 16:9 [Frame rate]: 30 fps Compressed using ffmpeg 3.3.1
The video lessons cover the following topics:
Lesson 01: How Linux is organized Lesson 02: About C code, scripts and compiled programs Lesson 03: Understanding Linux commands and how they work Lesson 04: Understanding the Linux boot procedure Lesson 05: Understanding Linux storage Lesson 06: Understanding memory management Lesson 07: Understanding processes Lesson 08: Security Lesson 09: Hardware initialization Lesson 10: Looking closer at the kernel Lesson 11: Understanding networking Lesson 12: Performance optimization Lesson 13: The future of Linux
Skill Level: Intermediate to advanced
What You Will Learn: How to work more efficiently with Linux by understanding exactly how it operates
Who Should Take This Course: The audience consists of system administrators, operating system students, and those that want to know how Linux works.