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Unix Online Training Course Content

Getting Started
    • Introduction
    • Features
    • History
    • Command Names
    • Philosophy
    • Characteristics
    • Logging In and Logging Out
    • Terminating a Session
    • Parts of the Unix Operating System
    • Functions of the Shell
    • Shell as a Command Line Interpreter
    • Command Characteristics
    • Command Line Formats
    • How to Get Help – man
    • stty – Display Terminal Options
Getting to Know the Shell
    • The Shell as a User Interface
    • The Standard Output File
    • Redirection of the Standard Output File
    • Appending to the Standard Output File
    • Redirection of the Standard Input File
    • Standard Input Examples
    • Pipes
    • The Standard Error File
    • Standard Error Examples
    • Special I/O Symbols Interpreted by the Shell
    • Shell Variables
    • Quoting Mechanisms
    • Command Substitution
    • The Shell Prompt Variables – PS1, PS2
    • File Name Generation Characters
    • Aliases
    • Functions
    • The History Mechanism
    • Command Line Shortcuts
The File System
    • File System Picture
    • User View of the File System
    • File Types
    • File System Concepts
    • The /etc/passwd File
    • Directory Commands
    • File Access Permissions
    • Groups
    • The chmod Command
    • Using chmod
The VI Editor
    • The ed Editor
    • Sample ed Session
    • Searching and Substituting with ed
    • The vi Editor
    • The vi Editor – Editing an Existing File
    • The vi Editor – Adding Text
    • Cursor Movement Commands
    • Deleting Text
    • Changing Text
    • Copying and Moving Text
    • Searching for Text
    • Last Line Mode
    • vi Customization
    • Odds and Ends
File Commands
    • Relative vs. Complete Pathnames
    • The Shell’s Search Algorithm
    • ls Command
    • cat Command
    • cat Examples
    • The rm Command
    • mv Command
    • cp Command
    • ln Command
    • ln Examples
    • cmp and diff Commands
    • Exit Codes
    • Examples of Exit Codes
    • file Command
    • pg Command
Commonly Used Commands
    • grep – Print Lines Matching a Pattern
    • grep Examples
    • grep – Special Pattern Matching Characters
    • grep – Other Considerations
    • wc – The Word Count Command
    • sort – Sort Lines of a File
    • head(tail) – Display Beginning/End of a File
    • tail – Display Last Few Lines
    • tr – Translate Characters
    • tr Options
    • cut
    • od – Octal Dump
    • paste
    • paste Examples
    • split
    • uniq
    • lp Command
Shell Programming
    • Shells
    • Scripting Rationale
    • Creating a bash Script
    • bash Startup Files
    • A Script’s Environment
    • Exporting Variables
    • Exit Status
    • Programming the Shell
    • Parameter Passing
    • Operators
    • if
    • Arithmetic
    • Looping Constructs
    • Input and Output
    • Interrupts
Job Control
    • Processes
    • Parent and Child Processes
    • System Startup
    • Shell Initialization
    • Foreground vs. Background
    • ps Command
    • The kill Command
    • Suspending Jobs
    • jobs Command
    • fg and bg Commands
Software Tools
    • C Language and UNIX
    • Creating Programs in C
    • Creating a Library
    • Using the Library
    • Static vs. Shared Libraries
    • make
    • Revision Control
    • Concurrent Versioning System (CVS)
    • Other Languages
System Administration
    • Duties of the System Administrator
    • Bringing up the System
    • Multi-User Mode
    • Shutting Down the System
    • Adding Users
    • The /dev Directory
    • The awk Language
    • awk Scripts
    • awk Odds and Ends
    • The sed Command
    • Special sed Characters
    • The find Command
    • Backing up Files
    • cpio
    • tar
    • File System Commands
    • The at Command
    • The crontab Command