4.36 (165 reviews)
☑ Install VirtualBox
☑ Install Ubuntu on a virtual machine
☑ Linux basic commands
☑ Change Ubuntu flavor to xUbuntu
☑ Install Java, NodeJs and Python on Ubuntu
☑ Install InteliJ, VS-Code and Eclipse on Ubuntu
Running Linux on a virtual machine has many advantages: easy and secure setup, complete control over the machine, easy backUp and folder sharing.
Do you want to quickly start using Linux Ubuntu?
In this course you will learn how to easily set it up on a virtual machine using VirtualBox.
You will be able to fix the errors that might come along and set up a complete coding environment.
Linux Ubuntu setup
Adding guest additions
Sharing folders with host machine
Cloning a virtual machine
Linux basic commands
Switching to xUbuntu
Installing Java, Python and NodeJs on Ubuntu
Installing IntelliJ, VS-Code and Eclipse IDEs
Great course! 5 stars. Very interestingly structured and presented comprehensibly. All topics are really explained in great detail, by explaining the material step-by-step, the content remains in the head. Thank you Alex for this great and unforgettable opportunity.
This course was easy to follow. Learning was made enjoyable with clear explanations and practical applications which helps to get through the course material better.
The static in the background is very annoying. It is a free sample but I would not purchase the course so it is hard to give it more than three stars. The details on my iPad were very hard to see and frankly the drowning voice put me to sleep.
ha spiegato la procedura dettagliatamente ma il perchè scaricare quei programmi rispetto ad altri an un'altra cosa che forse mi è sfuggita a me non ho capito alcuni comandi dal terminale come ad esempio "snap"?!
This is a very good course to walk you through the setup required to get up and running with the specified software suite quickly and with brief explanations.
The course efficiently covered the basics of what I was looking for. The instructor made the points and walked through the steps without a lot of "filler".