Arm yourself with the skills and knowledge needed to administer and support UNIX — a highly reliable OS for environments ranging from mission-critical clusters and servers, to workstations and desktops. This Introduction to UNIX training course provides you with the foundational knowledge needed to locate files by name, owner, type and other characteristics; navigate the UNIX directory hierarchy; manipulate files; and control file access. You also learn to customise the KornShell, and extract and process information with filters and pipes.
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*Events with the Partial Day Event clock icon run longer than normal but provide the convenience of half-day sessions.
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16 - 19 Feb 2:00 PM - 9:30 PM GMT Alexandria, VA / Online (AnyWare) Reserve Your Seat
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The command-line interface
Browsing online documentation
Essential file housekeeping tools
Displaying and interpreting file attributes
Establishing access permissions with chmod
The UNIX directory hierarchy
Locating files with find
Command history facility
Employing KornShell tips and tricks
Personalising your shell
Logging into a remote server
Uploading and downloading files
The UNIX tool-building philosophy
Extracting and restructuring data
Matching patterns with regular expressions
Writing a simple script
Controlling flow of execution
This course uses OpenSolaris.
Yes, the concepts covered in this course are applicable to all UNIX distributions.
Yes! We know your busy work schedule may prevent you from getting to one of our classrooms which is why we offer convenient online training to meet your needs wherever you want, including online training.