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16 Hours Linux and Unix Training in Paris | Unix file system and commands

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16 Hours Linux and Unix developer training for beginners is being taught over 8 Sessions, 2 sessions per weekend, 2 hours per session.

About this Event

This training covers Linux and UNIX Training where students gain skills to manage data, execute commands and customize LINUX and UNIX programming environment.

  • All Published Ticket Prices Are in US Dollars
  • This course will be taught in English language

16 Hours Linux and Unix developer Training Schedule

Features and Benefits

  • Training material along with instructor hand outs, Practical Hands-on Lab exercises, useful resources on the cloud provided
  • Actual code and scripts provided
  • Real-life Scenarios

Who can take this course

Anyone aspiring to learn new technology can take this the course. Students and professionals interested in gaining knowledge in Linux should opt for the course.

Prerequisites

  • Basic knowledge about Operating System and its functionalities.
  • Familiarity with various computer concepts.

Course Outline

1. UNIX File System Architecture

• Boot Block

• Super Block

• Inode Block

• Data Block

2. File System of UNIX

• Ordinary Files

• Directory Files

• Device Files

• The Structure of UNIX File system

3. Different UNIX Commands

• pwd, who, whoami

• exit, date, cal, exit, banner

4. Links

• Hard Link

• Soft link or Symbolic Link

• Unlink

5. Complex Filters

• tr, comm., tee, sed, nl

6. Working with Files

• cat, touch, rm

• cp, mv, ln, wc

7. Working with Directories

• mkdir, cd, rmdir, rm

8. Displaying Files

• ls, ls with options

9. Simple Filters

• pg, more, less, head, tail, paste, cut, sort

10. Zip Files

• gzip, gunzip, zcat, compress

• Uncompress, pack, unpack and Pcat

11. Printing Files

• lp, cancel

12. Finding Files

• find, locate etc.,

13. Input and Output Redirection

• Redirecting Output

• Redirecting Input

• Standard error

14. Shell Meta Characters

• File substitution

• I/O redirection

• Process Execution

• Quoting meta characters

• Positional parameters

• Special Parameters

15. More Filters

• grep, grep with options

• fgrep, egrep

16. Regular Expressions and Patterns

• What is Pattern?

• Usage of regular expression

• Different types of patterns

17. How C programs are useful for solving problems in UNIX

18. UNIX Commands

• Uniq

• Diff

• cmp

19. Backup Utilities

• tar, cpio

20. Piping

• Usage of piping

• Piping with filters

21. File Permissions

• chmod, chown, chgrp, umask

22. Communication Commands

• write, wall, mail, mail with options

23. Networking commands

• telnet, ftp, rlogin, finger, etc..

24. Disk Utilities

• df, du, mount, unmount

25. Job Control

• Foreground jobs

• Background jobs

• Killing jobs

• Nohup

26. Prcoess Status

• Ps

• Kill

• Pkill

27. Job scheduling

• At

• Crontab

• Batch

28. ed, ex and vi editors

• Command mode

• Insert mode

• Ex command mode

29. Shell Scripting

• What is shell scripting?

• Importance of shell scripting

• Different types of shells

• Creating Shell script

• Making shell script executable

30. Shell Input and Output

• echo, print, read

31. Backslash character constants aliases and History concept variables

• What is a variable?

• System defined variables

• Environment Variables

• User defined variables

• Constant variables

• Local and Global variables

• Special Variables

• Comments

32. Operators

• Arithmetic Operators

• Relational Operators

• Relational ASCII operators

• Logical Operators

• Assignment Operators

33. Flow Control Structure

• If, if….else

• If… elif

• Case

34. Looping

• while, until, for, break, continue

35. Formatted I/O

36. Namespaces in UNIX

37. Introduction to Message Queues

38. Introduction to Different Types of System Calls

39. Programming Aspects of Berkeley Sockets & Reserved Ports

40. UNIX Domain Protocol

41. Socket Addresses

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