About Unix Training
We offers thorough Linux and UNIX Training,you will gain skills to manage data, execute commands and customize your LINUX and UNIX programming environment. In this training student will get clear technical idea about Unix. We are Providing Indepth training in Unix Environment. It is very useful for Oracle Developers, C, C++ Java Programmers, Test Engineers, SAS developers and every software engineer.
Unix Training Course Prerequisite
You have little knowledge about Operating System and its functionalities. A basic understanding on various computer concepts.
Unix Training Course Objective
The purpose of this course is to give you competency as a beginning user of Unix. You will leave from this course with the ability to use Unix to perform routine file management, electronic mail, file editing, command piping and filtering, file permissions, and customizations. You will also know how to access Unix reference information and help material online so that you can gain more Unix knowledge when you require it. Receive in-depth coverage of Unix.
Unix Training Course Duration
25 Working days, daily one and half hours
Unix Training Course Overview
- Introduction to UNIX/LINUX
- History of UNIX/LINUX
- Features and Benefits of UNIX/LINUX
- Different flavors of UNIX/LINUX
- Difference between UNIX, DOS, Windows and LINUX
- Architecture of UNIX
1 About Unix Training 2 Unix Training Course Prerequisite 3 Unix Training Course Objective 4 Unix Training Course Duration 5 Unix Training Course Overview 5.1 UNIX File System Architecture 5.2 File System of UNIX 5.3 Different UNIX Commands 5.4 Links 5.5 Complex Filters 5.6 Working with Files 5.7 Working with Directories 5.8 Displaying Files 5.9 Simple Filters 5.10 Zip Files 5.11 Printing Files 5.12 Finding Files 5.13 Input and Output Redirection 5.14 Shell Meta Characters 5.15 More Filters 5.16 Regular Expressions and Patterns 5.17 How C programs are useful for solving problems in UNIX 5.18 UNIX Commands 5.19 Backup Utilities 5.20 Piping 5.21 File Permissions 5.22 Communication Commands 5.23 Networking commands 5.24 Disk Utilities 5.25 Job Control 5.26 Prcoess Status 5.27 Job scheduling 5.28 ed, ex and vi editors 5.29 Shell Scripting 5.30 Shell Input and Output 5.31 Backslash character constants aliases and History concept variables 5.32 Operators 5.33 Flow Control Structure 5.34 Looping 5.35 Formatted I/O 5.36 Namespaces in UNIX 5.37 Introduction to Message Queues 5.38 Introduction to Different Types of System Calls 5.39 Programming Aspects of Berkeley Sockets & Reserved Ports 5.40 UNIX Domain Protocol 5.41 Socket Addresses