The Ubuntu Linux Desktop User Guide



What you will learn

 

Install Ubuntu Linux in Virtualbox and manage virtual machines

 

Become proficient navigating Ubuntu desktop interface

 

Managing files and directories using Ubuntu file manager

 

Customize Ubuntu desktop interface

 

Install Desktop and icon themes

 

Update, upgrade, installing and removing packages

 

Start applications automatically after login

 

Setting default applications

 

File and folder permission, sorting and searching files

 

Internet and communication using the browser and email client

 

Understanding ip configuration in Ubuntu

 

Connecting to the network using WIFI and ethernet

 

Testing network connectivity (ping, tracerout)

 

Connecting to remote network share

 

Securing the computer with firewall (gufw)

 

User management (adding, removing users)

 

Storage management (adding and removing disk)

 

Mounting media

 

Installing printers and printing documents

 

Productivity with LibreOffice: learn how to create word documents, spread sheets and presentations

 

Multimedia: play videos, music and manage your photos

 

Create periodic backups

 

Webcam with cheese

 

Record your desktop

 

Monitor system resources (cpu, ram, network, storage)

 

Learn the basics of bash (Linux commands)

 

Create and run bash scripts

Description

I created this course, so students can learn from the amazing world of Ubuntu Linux. In this course you will learn, not only how to do things using the Graphical Interface, but also the Linux Bash.

You will learn how to install and configure Ubuntu Desktop 21.10. Also you will learn the basics of virtualization with Virtualbox. In addition, you will learn how to perform post-installation task like: connecting to the WIFI network, updating packages, installation drivers. Become familiar with the Ubuntu Gnome interface. Setup default application and startup applications. This course contains a whole section on how to customize the default Ubuntu interface. Learn how to navigate the file system and manage files and directories. Navigate the Web with Firefox and email communication with Thunderbird.

You will gain experience in Linux Networking as there’s a full section dedicated to network communication. Learn how to add storage devices, partition and format using disk app. Manage Users. Perform backup and restore lost data to your hard drive. And learn how to monitor system resources.

Finally, The key to learning Ubuntu and Linux in general is to practice what you learn. I strongly advise you to watch the videos and follow by doing in your computer. Also, take the practice quiz at the end of each section.

 

 

 

 

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Content

Installing Ubuntu In Virtualbox

Download ISO and Create USB Installation Media
Installing Virtualbox in Windows 10
Creating a Virtual Machine in Virtualbox
Installing Ubuntu in Virtualbox
Install Guest Addition Tools and Snapshot

Post Installation Task

Perform an Update and Upgrade of Ubuntu
Ubuntu Update and Upgrade (bash)

The Graphical Interface (Gnome Shell)

A Tour of Ubuntu Graphical Interface (Gnome)
Start Application and Switch Between Application
Working With Workspaces
Setting Default Applications
Starting Application Automatically After Login

Installing Software in Ubuntu

Install a Package Using Software Center
Install Package Using The Bash
Download and Install Debian Packages (chrome)

Desktop Customization

Changing Desktop Wallpaper
Changing The Dash to a Dock
Customizing The Ubuntu Terminal
Changing The Window Color

File Management

A Tour of File Manager
Create, Copy, Move and Delete Files and Directories
List Files and Directories and View Properties

Communication

Email Communication With Thunderbird

Networking

View and Understand IP Configuration
View IP Configuration Bash
Setting a Static IP Address in Ubuntu
Reset Network Interface and Test Connection
Connect to Remote File Server
Setup a Firewall with Gufw

User Management

Adding a User To The System

Storage Management

Adding a New Disk
Listing File Systems and Mount Points

Backup and Restore Data

Backup and Restore Data

Monitoring System Resources

Monitoring Resources with System Monitor

 

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