Practical Linux Course
Designed for researchers, including PhD students and postdocs, this course provides attendees with an introduction to the Linux operating system. Linux powers more than 90% of the world’s supercomputers, most internet servers, and more than a billion Android devices. Additionally, bioinformatics depends heavily on Linux since a lot of scientific software is written specifically for it.
This short and concise hands-on course will teach you how to effectively use Linux using the command line interface. You will be able to swiftly start using Linux both on a server, e.g., the LUMC Shark cluster, as well as on your personal computer. Learning outcomes:
- Understand and navigate through the filesystem structure.
- Obtain information about files and directories.
- Manipulate, i.e., create, delete, move, and rename files and directories.
- Inspect and edit files content.
- Gather disk storage information.
- Search for and within files.
- Manage file and directory access permissions.
- Connect to other computers.
In 2017 the course will be given on the following dates: 12 July (2-5 PM), 4 September (2-5 PM), 11 October (2-5 PM), 1 November (2-5 PM), 6 December (2-5 PM).
Details regarding the next session:
- Date: July 12th, 2017
- Time: 14:00 - 17:00
- Location: 01-J-01-082
- Mihai Lefter (M.Lefter@lumc.nl)
- Jonathan Vis (J.K.Vis@lumc.nl)
- Jeroen Laros (J.F.J.Laros@lumc.nl)
- Registration via www.medgencentre.nl. Direct access to the registration form.
|14:00||Lecture 1||Introduction: operating systems, linux, course outline.|
|14:05||Lecture 2||Connecting: basics, PuTTy, MobaXterm, copy.|
|14:35||Lecture 3||Core: the filesystem, the shell, the command line interface, basic commands, output redirection.|
|16:00||Lecture 4||User Environment: users, groups, file permissions, and ownership.|
You can access the materials for the previous sessions below:
The Practical Linux course is mandatory for the following courses: