Unix & Shell Scripting Training
Unix is an operating system, having the ability to provide a real-time response to the end user. It is capable of handling multiple users at the same time. It makes use of shells to take commands given by the user. Shells provide an interface to the Unix system. Shells take the input from the user and execute the program using the given input and displays output. Different flavors of shells are available, but SH is the most widely used shell as its probability of availability in a Unix system is more.
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|Course Name||Unix & Shell Scripting Online Training|
|Contents||Fundamentals and concepts of Unix & Shell Scripting|
|Duration||30 Hours with Flexible timings|
|Delivery||Instructor Led-Live Online Training|
|Ideal For||Aspiring job seekers in the field of Programming|
|Availability||Regular/Weekend Batches. 24×7 teaching assistance and support.|
What you’ll learn in Unix & Shell Scripting Training Course?
- Create and analyze shell and Perl scripts of medium complexity.
- Use the UNIX environment efficiently.
- Appreciate simple applications using sockets.
- Construct and use regular expressions in shell and Perl.
- Describe other Inter-process Communication (IPC) methods.
- Use shell and Perl scripting to solve system problems.
- Appreciate the value of researching solutions to system level problems.
- Compare and contrast the merit of UNIX scripting utilities.
- Familiarity with Different Operating System
MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION TO THE UNIX OPERATING SYSTEM
TOPICS: The Unix Kernel, A Brief History of Unix, Getting Started Navigating the File System, The UNIX File System, Directories and Files, The File System Structure, Navigating The File System, Pathnames
MODULE 2: BASIC COMMANDS
TOPICS: Basic File Handling Commands, Command Line Syntax, Filename Wildcard Characters, Directory Handling Commands
MODULE 3: REDIRECTION AND PIPES
TOPICS: Output Redirection, Input Redirection, Pipes
MODULE 4: INTRODUCTION TO THE VI EDITOR
TOPICS: Basic Functions, Overview of the Vi Editor, Other Useful Commands, Switching to Input Mode
MODULE 5: SEARCHING AND REPLACING TEXT
TOPICS: Replacing Text, Using SED for Search And Replace, Using the Vi Editor, Linking Files, Searching for Text with Grep
MODULE 6: RECALLING AND EDITING COMMANDS
TOPICS: The Korn Shell, Overview,The Bash Shell
MODULE 7: FILE PERMISSIONS AND ACCESS CONTROL
TOPICS: File Access Permissions, Users and User Groups, Switching Users and User Groups, Changing File Attributes, Linking Files
MODULE 8: PROCESSES
TOPICS: Monitoring Processes, Killing Processes, What is a Process?, Job Control, Background Processes, Grouping Commands
MODULE 9: MORE BASIC COMMANDS
TOPICS: The Find Command, The Word Count Command, The Sort Command, The Finger Command, The Cut Command
MODULE 10: THE USER ENVIRONMENT
TOPICS: Customising the .Kshrc or .Bashrc, Customising the .Profile or .Bash_Profile
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