Creating a Local Linux Shell Scripting Environment

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In this lesson, you're going to learn how to set up a local Linux shell scripting environment, whether you're using Windows, MacOS, or Red Hat Enterprise Linux. You'll be guided through the installation processes of Vagrant and VirtualBox—two tools that we will make your life easier as we work our way through the Linux Shell Scripting course. We'll also carry out some troubleshooting of the most common issues, should you face them.

This lesson is part of the Linux Shell Scripting course. To follow along with this lesson, you can download all the necessary resources here.

Learning Objectives

  • Set up a local Linux environment using Vagrant and VirtualBox
  • Troubleshoot any issues/errors

Intended Audience

  • Anyone who wants to learn Linux shell scripting 
  • Linux system administrators, developers, or programmers

Prerequisites

To get the most out of this lesson, you should have a basic understanding of the Linux command line.

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Jason is the founder of the Linux Training Academy as well as the author of "Linux for Beginners" and "Command Line Kung Fu." He has over 20 years of professional Linux experience, having worked for industry leaders such as Hewlett-Packard, Xerox, UPS, FireEye, and Amazon.com. Nothing gives him more satisfaction than knowing he has helped thousands of IT professionals level up their careers through his many books and courses.

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