UNIX and Linux Operating System Beginner & Advanced

MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .VTT | Duration: 22 hour | Size: 2.37 GB

There are no prerequisites for this course, other than a desire to learn the basics of the UNIX and Linux operating systems, which includes UNIX shell scripting.

What you’ll learn
Learn Operating system concepts
Learn operating system commands
Learn working with directories and files
Learn Getting Connected, Logging In, and Logging Out
A computer with internet
The course starts from basics and hence no pre-requisite knowledge required
UNIX and Linux Operating System Fundamentals course begins with a brief history and overview of both UNIX and Linux, and then proceeds to teach you the skills required for working on a server running either operating system. Hands-on lab exercises are used to reinforce key concepts, and are completed by logging in on a real server in our Internet Lab from your work or home computer. We will be covering the followings in this course:
1.Operating System Concepts
2.Getting Connected, Logging In, and Logging Out
3.Operating System Commands
4.Working with Directories
5.Working with Files
6.I/O Redirection, Pipes, and Filters
7.Getting Help
8.Processes and Jobs
9.The Shell – A Closer Look
10.Introduction to the vi Text Editor
11.Introduction to Shell Scripting/Programming
12.Tools and Utilities
13.Interacting with Other Users
Who this course is for:
IT Students
IT Professionals
Unix enthusiasts

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