Science IT: Linux Command Line

The goal of the Linux Command Line course offered by Science IT is to introduce you to controlling a computer exclusively through text based inputs. The command line itself, which is called a "Shell" or a "Terminal" depending on the context, is what is used within the ScienceCloud to control virtual machines and is also used within the ScienceCluster to manage your data and submit your jobs. The course itself can be understood as a mini-class on the very basics of the Linux operating system and of the Bash programming language (the name "Bash" stands for "Bourne Again SHell").

In this course you will learn the basics of manipulating files and data on a computer, how to connect to and control remote computers or virtual machines, how to manage custom software (often used in research), and much more. If you're a user of the ScienceCloud or the ScienceCluster, or if you're a researcher who needs to optimize the use of your (Unix based) personal computer, you will likely benefit from this course.

Make sure to have your laptop computer ready and meet the course requirements described below.

Code: FS24-UCLC04
Language: English
Online Course Yes
Referent: Enrico Favero
Further Course Instructor(s):

Bukatz Bastian

Akbulut Emre

Oliveira de Carvalho Nickollas

Rogers Paul

Dates: Tue 14.05.2024 (14:00 - 16:30 o'clock)
Occasion: Further information about the offer.
Registration not possible.
Reason: Course started.