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Linux is an operating system with the basic set of programs and utilities required for acomputer to run. However, for a computer run it needs more than just an operatingsystem but also additional applications to make it useful and actually work. Linuxdistributions therefore contain more than just the operating system but include acombination of Linux tools such as text and web editors, browsers, email programs,documentation, graphics applications, spreadsheets, etc. Linux is furthermore freesoftware in the sense that it is distributed alongwith its source code. To elaborate on this,any person who received Linux has the freedom to change the source code andredistribute it as they please.Because Linux is a highly complex and often intimidating operating system, many Linuxexpert companies have developed training courses which make for easy learning andunderstanding of Linux. The Intoweb Linux training courses focus on teaching the basicsof Linux as an introduction to this operating system; with more advanced Linuxcapabilities being taught as training progresses and students have successfully graspedthe Linux basics. The ultimate goal of Intoweb with consideration of the Linux basicstraining which we offer is to provide to students all the necessary skills and informationfor successful use of Linux.Course Content for Learning Linux BasicsIn everything it is important to start at the beginning. This is the same in the case of Linux training. By teaching Linux basics as the core elements in training, these coursesgive a foundation from which to work and fundamentally grow. The following are theLinux basics which are predominant in the course content of the majority of Linuxtraining:
An Introduction to Linux: This includes logging in and user accounts and theactions related to files and directories such as changing the contents of a file, filename matching and specifying multiple files, file permissions, commands for examining file contents, etc.
Linux Utilities: Including regular expressions, stream editor, the global regular expression processor, re-order input lines, etc. Actions to be made using theseutilities can be listed as piping and redirecting these Linux utilities, locating a filesystem, removing columns, and finding out about commands.
Compiler and Development Tools: Students attending Linux training will learnhow to compile and develop tools for Linux and how to use, edit and plan theconcurrent versions system.
The Components of a Web-Based Solution: Key features of the Linux operatingsystem are taught as well as scripting, embedded, and compiled languages. Theelements of an IT solution under Java, Unix, Solaris, and Linux are alsodiscussed.
HTML: A summary is given of standard tags, page structure, new lines, andspecial characters, regarding HTML.

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