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UNIX and Linux Essentials

Learn how to: Log On to a System and Change Your User Login Password Display System Information Using the Command Line Use the Man Pages Access Files and Directories Use File and Directory Commands...

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$3,600 USD
Course Code UNIX-LINUX-ESS
Duration 3 days
Available Formats Classroom, Virtual

Learn how to:

  • Log On to a System and Change Your User Login Password
  • Display System Information Using the Command Line
  • Use the Man Pages
  • Access Files and Directories
  • Use File and Directory Commands
  • Locate Files and Text
  • Use the vim Editor
  • Using Shell Metacharacters
  • Use Command Redirection
  • Use Variables in the bash Shell
  • Display Command History
  • Customize the User’s Work Environment
  • Change File Ownership
  • Change File Permissions
  • Modify Default Permissions
  • Control System Processes
  • Use Advanced Bash Shell Functionality
  • Use Shell Scripts
  • Archive and Retrieve Files
  • Compress and Restore Files
  • Establish Remote Connections and Transfer Files

Skills Gained

After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Explain the UNIX and Linux environments
  • Work with Files and Directories
  • Use the vim Editor
  • Use Features Within the bash Shell
  • Use Basic File Permissions
  • Perform Basic Process Control
  • Use Advanced Shell Features in Shell Scripts
  • Archive, Compress, and Perform Remote File Transfers

Who Can Benefit

This course is designed for students who have not previously used UNIX or Linux and do not know the basic commands for navigating through the operating systems (OSes). To be proficient in Oracle Linux, students need to have basic knowledge of the UNIX and Linux operating system structure, such as the file system hierarchy and shell concepts. In addition, students need to know how to build and execute basic UNIX and Linux commands from the command line in order to use the operating system.

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