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UNIX Systems Online Course

12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30

Summary:
This series presents the features of UNIX that are most useful to new users, as well as system administration tasks and process management. Basic features discussed include logging in and out, file administration, command processing, displaying text, and using mail. UNIX shells - Bourne, Korn, and C - are presented, including a comparison of their advantages and disadvantages, and writing basic shell programs that include repetitions, conditional statements, and functions. Many system administration tasks are discussed, including installation, file systems, user accounts, system accounting, performance monitoring, device management, and security. Advanced topics covered in the series include how to control UNIX programs, how to start and kill programs, and prioritizing processes.

Audience:
This series is for anyone who is new to UNIX or who wants to expand what they already know about UNIX.

Features:
●  A glossary

Topics included in this course:
UNIX Systems : Introduction to UNIX
UNIX Systems : Shells: Bourne, Korn, and C
UNIX Systems : Shell Programming
UNIX Systems : System Administration I
UNIX Systems : System Administration II
UNIX Systems : Process Management

UNIX Systems : Introduction to UNIX
Summary:
This course presents the features of UNIX that are most useful to new users including logging in and out file administration command processing displaying text and using mail.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Describe the three standard versions of UNIX
Log in and log out of a UNIX system
Work with directories and files
Display and change file permissions
Enter a command with arguments
Redirect input and output
Use the initialization file
Print
Send and receive mail

Topics:
Introduction to UNIX
The File System
Processing Commands
Some Utility Programs
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UNIX Systems : Shells: Bourne, Korn, and C
Summary:
This course presents the three shells that are typically available on a UNIX system. It describes how to get the most out of the three shells, and describes the advantages and disadvantages of each shell.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
describe what a shell is
describe what a shell does
describe how a shell relates to the overall system
store data in variables
customize the environment with environment variables
identify the specific features of each shell
choose the appropriate shell for the situation

Topics:
What Is a Shell?
Bourne Shell
Korn Shell
C Shell
Shell Comparison
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UNIX Systems : Shell Programming
Summary:
This course presents the basics of shellprogramming using the Bourne shell then covers additional features of the Korn and C shells.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Write basic Bourne Korn and C shell programs
Add statements to perform commands conditionally
Build repetitions into a program
Use functions for programming efficiency
Handle unexpected signals from executing programs
Select a shell language for writing shell scripts

Topics:
Bourne Shell Programming
Korn Shell Programming
C Shell Programming
Using Shell Scripts
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UNIX Systems : System Administration I
Summary:
This course covers installing UNIX, and setting up and maintaining file systems and user accounts.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Plan and perform the installation of UNIX on a machine
Boot and shut down the system safely
Describe system states
Modify startup scripts
Set up UNIX file systems and maintain them
Perform file system backups
Create or remove a user account

Topics:
UNIX Installation Basics
Starting Up and Shutting Down
File System Administration
User Administration
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UNIX Systems : System Administration II
Summary:
This course presents UNIX system accounting performance monitoring device management and UNIX security.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Manage UNIX accounting systems
understand the factors that affect system performance
Optimize resources so that the system performs at its best
Set up configure and maintain devices
Evaluate security needs
Identify the tools used to improve a system's security

Topics:
System Accounting
Performance Monitoring
Device Administration
UNIX System Security
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UNIX Systems : Process Management
Summary:
This course describes how to control programs in UNIX including how to start a job (program) and how to kill it.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Describe how UNIX executes a command
Define the use of processes
Describe the advantages of background execution
List three common daemon processes
Monitor processes with ps and time
Differentiate between foreground and background processes
Kill processes
Prioritize processes
Tune the UNIX system with ps and sar
Define and manipulate a crontab

Topics:
What is a Process?
Administering Processes
Scheduling Processes
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12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30