UNIX and Linux System Basics I

PT2000
Summary
This course is designed to help technical staff gain a mastery of UNIX and/or Linux operating systems. It builds a foundation of UNIX/Linux system structure and commands designed to develop the student's understanding of UNIX/Linux. Following the completion of this course, the student will have a proficiency in the basic commands necessary to exploit the power of the UNIX/Linux operating system.
Prerequisites
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Duration
3 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is designed for system/application end-users who have little or no experience with the UNIX or Linux operating systems. This course provides a functional familiarity with basic system tools and commands to those individuals with other operating systems experience.
Topics
  • Introduction to UNIX and Linux
  • Getting started
  • Navigating UNIX File Systems
  • File system security
  • Additional UNIX commands
  • Using the vi and vim editors
  • Introduction to the UNIX shell and shell programming
  • Introduction to UNIX Power Utilities
  • Communicating with Other UNIX Users

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