Introduction to Unix (with Scripting)

DURATION: 16 hours (2 days)


To succeed fully in this course, students should be able to:

  • Use basic UNIX commands, such as rm, cp, man, more, mkdir, ps, and chmod.

  • Create and edit text files in vi or a text editor.

Course Objectives

After completing this course, students should be able to:

  • Explain what a shell script is.

  • Distinguish between the major shell environments and select a shell based on its characteristics.

  • Create and run a simple shell program.

  • Write a simple shell script.

  • Manage the execution of UNIX shell commands.

  • Redirect standard input and output and use file descriptors.

  • Use substitution and quoting to expand and match files and commands.

  • Describe the syntax used to execute shell commands.

  • Write a shell script that uses the shell's command execution and substitution capabilities.

Who Should Attend

Network specialists or anyone who is interested in understanding Unix operating systems. To succeed in this course, students should be able to use basic UNIX commands such as rm, cp, man, more, mkdir, ps and chmod.  They should also be able to create and edit text files in vi or a text editor.  

Course Content 

  1. Shell

  2. Shell Variables 

  3. Productivity Aids 

  4. Programming the Shell 

  5. Review of Common Unix Filters 

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