Navigating the File System

In this lesson, you will master navigating the file system via command line. We will start by listing the contents of directories and moving up and down directory hierarchies. Lastly, you will learn how Mac OS X’s Finder application interfaces with the Terminal.

1.Introduction
2 lessons, 12:23

Free Preview
1.1
Hello Terminal
04:46

Free Preview
1.2
Navigating the File System
07:37

2.Working With Files and System Processes
6 lessons, 55:22

2.1
Files, Links, and CRUD
10:15

2.2
Finding Files
08:54

2.3
Managing File Permissions
08:49

2.4
Editing Files
14:49

2.5
Piping, Redirection, and Output
05:56

2.6
Managing Processes on Mac OSX
06:39

3.Interacting With Remote Machines
2 lessons, 16:50

3.1
SSH Keys for Password-Less Logins
06:03

3.2
Working With Remote Files: SCP, SFTP, and cURL
10:47

4.Advanced Terminal Applications
3 lessons, 26:49

4.1
A Primer to Bash Scripting/Aliasing
13:04

4.2
Automated Background Processes
08:28

4.3
Configuring the Apache Web Server
05:17

5.Terminal Customization
1 lesson, 05:16

5.1
Customizing the Prompt
05:16


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