A wonderful course of prevention that I learned a lot from,\n\nUsing commands with Windows and Linux\n\nHow to deploy and install operating systems through the network and Alot\n\nThanks GOOOOOOOOOGLE
This is my most favorite module module, especially the Linux, which is my all time favorite OS ever enjoy learning, working Programing, and configuring, and will continue enjoying til the end of time.
By Dan M•
Too much bouncing back and forth between windows and Linux, would be nice to stay in one interface for longer in order to practice and retain things.
By Anthony A•
The final Linux lab made me rate this course lower. The lab was not allowing me to complete errors even though I had entered the commands correctly.
By Peyton B•
ALL TESTS should be like week 6. being forced to recall and look up man pages really helps cement these concepts and practices for troubleshooting
The course is good and most things are explained well, but the endless qwiklabs bug one after another, takes the score of course down quite a bit.
By Joshua J•
I haven't used the Linux terminal before this course. So I had trouble with that. But overall, the course was good. Thank you Google and Coursera
By Alex S•
Lots of important information learned here, but the graded third-party tools are buggy. When they work, they are fascinating learning tools.
By Abigail L•
I am very happy with this course because i learning how fix a lot the warning problem that even viewer app found and how i can fix quickly.
By Cheryl S•
The itself was great learning, however the qwiklabs were complicated. None of the scores stayed, nothing worked as well as the other labs.
By Shane M•
the biggest challenge was getting the VM labs to work. Fixes were at least fast-ish, but I missed my deadlines a few times because of it.
By Selimir K•
Very good selection of material but, without summary slides (like in the networking course), it is very hard to retain all that info.
By Brendan S•
Challenging, but manageable. Will learn the foundations of Linux and Windows CLI. Wish the Qwiklab assessments were less glitchy.
By Jake D•
Started off strong, but the finishing graded assignments kind of tossed you off a cliff to see if you could fly without any wings.
By Michael F T D O T N•
parts of linux where clear but some parts where not - further training maybe needed for me on linux command shell but i got there
By Chai C N•
It's a great course. I've already watch the video on youtube. The qwiklab need improvement. Other than that, it's a great course.
By Ashley M W•
This was one of the more difficult courses; however, I feel like I went away with a good basis in terms of newly acquired skills.
By Britain N•
Some areas could have used a lot more time and instruction on them. Also, a book would be really helpful on some of this stuff.
By Terrance W•
System kept glitching on me when doing Linux Labs. Made that system less attractive and I hope I never see it in my career. :(
By salman a•
issues with lab. set of instructions are terrible on the last lab. needed some help. they were wonderful explaining stuff.
By Akash R•
Okay-ish, not discussed in much detail and also the instructor gave a ton of reading to do instead of teaching it herself
By Cynthia M•
some of the links need to be updated as well as more labs during the lecture to help with using and remember commands.
By Roberto A•
I don't see the point of asking to run a test on how to copy-paste file on Windows. Who's the target for this course?
By KOTARO N•
It was difficult for the beginner to handle but practicing using command is really useful to understand how OS works
By Kurt E•
Labs could use some work on more real life situation on how to use the command lines to alter settings and files.
By WMN C•
Challenging, refreshed some skills and learned some new ones. Would have learned more if I had a fucking mentor!
By Monish K•
it was just all about covering topic, it would have been better if there was more exercises about the commands .