Solaris 9 Fundamentals

PT4165
Summary
This course introduces Information Technology professionals to the Solaris 9 Operating Environment (OE). They will learn to use both Solaris commands and graphical user interface (GUI) tools to perform basic user tasks and customize the user environment. Course labs put special emphasis on using the Korn shell and Solaris utilities to automate recurring tasks.
Prerequisites
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Duration
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is designed for application developers, database administrators, system administrators, network managers, webmasters, and any other IT professional who is new to working with the Solaris 9 Operating Environment.
Topics
  • Describe the Solaris 9 Operating Environment
  • Log in and log out using text or graphic terminals
  • Use the Common Desktop Environment
  • Describe and navigate the Solaris file system
  • Manage files and directories
  • Manage access permissions for files and directories
  • Create text files using vi editor
  • Use Korn shell interactive features
  • Use Korn shell to control environment
  • Use Korn shell advanced features
  • Write Korn shell scripts
  • Use Korn flow control constructors
  • Compress, archive, restore and uncompress files
  • Access network services telnet, rlogin, ftp, rcp
  • Monitor and control user processes
  • Create and schedule background jobs
  • Understanding the Solaris 9 OS
  • Getting Started with Solaris 9
  • Common Desktop Environment
  • About the Solaris Files System
  • Managing Solaris Files
  • Directory and File Permissions
  • Vi Editor-Just the Basics
  • Korn Shell Basics
  • Korn Shell User Environment
  • Korn Shell Advanced Features
  • Korn Shell Scripts
  • Vi Editor-Power Features
  • Archive and Restore
  • Network Services
  • Controlling User Processes

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