Want to get started in Linux, but don’t know where to start? We know how you feel and are ready to help. In this course, Linux training architect Ross Brunson and host Daniel Lowrie teach foundational Linux skills—from navigating the Linux file system to executing commands for greater automation, effectiveness and productivity. Our experts, who have been working with Linux and using it for over two decades, get you started right. They will demonstrate how to use the Linux command line to get things done. You will learn to create and manage files, including how to archive and compress them. You’ll also learn to manage users, groups and permissions, as well as manage common services. Ross and Daniel also introduce IT professionals to Debian and RPM package management and VIM—a configurable text editor that is found in almost every Linux distribution.