Mississauga College of Technology
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Fundamentals of Linux/UNIX <LNUX301>
ScopeThe scope of this course is to set-up a foundation for technical professionals who want to switch towards Linux, or UNIX Operating System, or a fresh candidate who wants to start his/her career in UNIX environment.
ObjectiveThe instructor-lead training and demonstration will lead students to firm basic knowledge of LINUX and UNIX Operating System and environment.
- History and Introduction of Linux and UNIX, understanding SHELL and KERNEL
- Accessing system, User Accounts, Issuing Basic Commands date, cal, pwd, su, man
- Accessing and displaying Files and Directories, SHELL Metacharacters
- Directory, Files and Printing Commands such as touch, mkdir, touch, find,mv etc.
- Searching for Files and Text such as grep, egrep, fgrep, sort etc..
- File Security for user, owner and others, filtering and changing umask
- VI editor (Visual Editor) practicing with Insert, Command and Last Line Mode
- Archiving and Restoring User Data using tar, zip, gzip, gunzip,cpio
- Understanding and Assigning IP address using ifconfig, ping
- System Processes using ps, pgrep, kill and managing jobs
- Understanding SHELLs and working with KORN shell
- Reading SHELL scripts and Variables
AchievementsWith hands-on experience and firm knowledge of LINUX /UNIX the students shall gain more confidence, and to understand further diversification and job opportunities in the same field.
Pre-requisitesKnowledge of Computer and windows Operating System
AudienceProgrammers, Developer, Systems Analysts, Data Warehouse Builders, Technical Writers, Technical Manager,
Project Manager, Microsoft Professionals
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