Linux Script Programming

PT4927
Summary
This course is intended for programmers who wish to learn to create scripts for the newest version of Red Hat Linux. The focus of this course is to learn how to write logon scripts, Bash scripts, server administration scripts, and secure remote administration scripts. 40% lab time will allow students to practice and apply what they learn
Prerequisites
Students should have already attended Linux training and be proficient programmers.
Duration
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is designed for programmers or administrators who wish to learn to write scripts that interact with the Linux operating system.
Topics
  • Script development tools for Linux
  • Compound BASH commands
  • Shell programming scripts
  • Logon scripts
  • BASH scripts
  • Korn
  • Tcsh
  • Environment variables
  • Linux system startup scripts
  • Server administration scripts
  • Public and private keys
  • Secure Shell (SSH)
  • Running remote scripts
  • Scheduling remote scripts
  • Securing scripts
  • Compiling
  • Linux standards
  • Reading files and directories

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