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4 Weeks Linux & Unix Training in Essen | June 1, 2020 - June 24, 2020

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4 Weeks Linux and Unix developer training for beginners is being delivered from June 1, 2020 - June 24, 2020 US Pacific Time.

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4 Weeks Linux and Unix developer training for beginners is a 4 weeks long Instructor-led and guided training with Practical Hands-On Lab exercises to be taught over 16 hours, 2 sessions per week, 2 hours per session..

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

4 Weeks Linux and Unix 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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