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Linux\Unix Admin

UNIX is a highly reliable multiuser, multitasking operating system for environments ranging from mission-critical clusters and servers to workstations and desktops. It has become the operating system of choice for servers on the Internet. A Linux\Unix Admin must be able to navigate through the directory hierarchy, manipulate files, access a UNIX server from MS Windows, utilize shells and filters, write and run simple shell scripts, and perform some basic administration tasks.

Benefits of the Program

In this course program you will gain in-depth, introduction to UNIX. In Syncomint you will be trained hands-on on various aspects of the Unix\Linux and will gain skills and knowledge to be a skilled Administrator.

Topic List

This course on Linux\Unix Admin will guide you from the fundamentals of Unix and you'll gain hands-on experience. Syncomint provides you Classroom Training as well as Live Virtual Training.

Course Content
[formac-acc title="Lesson 1: Interacting with UNIX"]The command line interface, Browsing online documentation[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 2: The command line interface"]Role of the shell, Command format and syntax[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 3: Browsing online documentation"]Displaying main pages Accessing web reference sources[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 4: Managing Files"]Essential file housekeeping tools, Displaying and interpreting file attributes[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 5: Essential file housekeeping tools"]Copying: cp, Renaming: mv, Removing: rm, Linking: ln, Editing: vi, Printing: lp, lpr[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 6: Displaying and interpreting file attributes"]Listing files with ls and ls -l, Identifying file type, owner, group, size,modification time and index number[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 7: Establishing access permissions with chmod"]Symbolic notation, Octal notation[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 8: Navigating Directories"]unix directory, maintaining directory[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 9: The UNIX directory hierarchy"]Home, current and parent directories, Root directory and subdirectories[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 10: Maintaining directories"]Changing directory with cd, Making and removing directories[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 11: Locating files with find"]Searching using file attributes, Operating on found files[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 12: Working with the KornShell"]What is Kornshell, How Do we work with it, Details of Kornshell, Examples[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 13: Command history facility"]Listing past commands, Recalling and editing a previous command[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 14: Employing KornShell tips and tricks"]Filename "wildcards": * , ? , [ ][/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 15: Personalizing your shell"]Defining command aliases, Updating the start-up scripts, Setting shell variables and options[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 16: Accessing UNIX Servers from UNIX and Windows"]Introduction to UNIX Servers, History of UNIX servers, How to Access UNIX servers, Working of UNIX servers[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 17: Logging into a remote server"]Secure Shell, PuTTY, Telnet, Cygwin,Others[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 18: Uploading and downloading files"]Secure FTP, scp, FTP, WinSCP, Others[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 19: Taming Information with Filters"]The UNIX tool-building philosophy[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 20: The UNIX tool-building philosophy"]Filtering data streams through pipelines Redirecting standard input, output and error[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 21: streams"]Introduction to Streams, History of Streams, Uses of Streams, Applications of Streams[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 22: Extracting and restructuring data"]Searching: grep Sorting: sort, Editing: sed, Trimming: head and tail, Selecting: awk, Counting: wc[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 23: Matching patterns with regular expressions"]Metacharacter examples with grep, Substituting patterns with sed, Refining selections with awk[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 24: Developing and Executing Scripts"]Writing a simple script, Storing commands in a file, Marking the file executable[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 25: Controlling flow of execution"]Iterating through loops with for and while, Testing conditions with if/else, Choosing alternatives with case, Measuring disk space usage, Initiating and terminating daemons[/formac-acc]

ClassRoom Schedule

Classroom Training - 10 Days

Day 1

11AM-5PM
Interacting with UNIX
  • The command line interface
  • Browsing online documentation
The command line interface
  • Role of the shell
  • Command format and syntaxIntroduction to software Testing
Browsing online documentation
  • Displaying man pages
  • Accessing web reference sources

Day 2

11AM-5PM
Managing Files
  • Essential file housekeeping tools
  • Displaying and interpreting file attributes
Essential file housekeeping tools
  • Copying: cp
  • Renaming: mv
  • Removing: rm
  • Linking: ln
  • Editing: vi
  • Printing: lp, lpr
Displaying and interpreting file attributes
  • Listing files with ls and ls -l
  • Identifying file type, owner, group, size,modification time and index number

Day 3

11AM-5PM
Establishing access permissions with chmod
  • Symbolic notation
  • Octal notation
Navigating Directories
  • Unix directory
  • Maintaining directory
The UNIX directory hierarchy
  • Home, current and parent directories
  • Root directory and subdirectories
Maintaining directories
  • Changing directory with cd
  • Making and removing directories

Day 4

11AM-5PM
Locating files with find
  • Searching using file attributes
  • Operating on found files
Working with the KornShell
  • What is Kornshell
  • How Do we work with it
  • Details of Kornshell
  • Examples
Command history facility
  • Listing past commands
  • Recalling and editing a previous command

Day 5

11AM-5PM
Employing KornShell tips and tricks
  • Filename "wildcards": * , ? , [ ]
Personalizing your shell
  • Defining command aliases
  • Updating the start-up scripts
  • Setting shell variables and options

Day 6

11AM-5PM
Accessing UNIX Servers from UNIX and Windows
  • Introduction to UNIX Servers,
  • History of UNIX servers,
  • How to Access UNIX servers,
  • Working of UNIX servers
Logging into a remote server
  • Secure Shell
  • Puttty
  • Telnet
  • Cygwin
  • Others

Day 7

11AM-5PM
Uploading and downloading files
  • Secure FTP
  • Scp
  • FTP
  • WinSCP
  • Others
Taming Information with Filters The UNIX tool-building philosophy
  • Filtering data streams through pipelines
  • Redirecting standard input, output and error

Day 8

11AM-5PM
Streams
  • Introduction
  • History
  • Uses
  • Applications
Extracting and restructuring data
  • Searching: grep
  • Sorting: sort
  • Editing: sed
  • Trimming: head and tail
  • Selecting: awk
  • Counting: wc

Day 9

11AM-5PM
Matching patterns with regular expressions
  • Metacharacter examples with grep
  • Substituting patterns with sed
  • Refining selections with awk
Developing and Executing Scripts
  • Writing a simple script
  • Storing commands in a file
  • Marking the file executable

Day 10

11AM-5PM
Controlling flow of execution
  • Iterating through loops with for and while
  • Testing conditions with if/else
  • Choosing alternatives with case
  • Measuring disk space usage
  • Initiating and terminating daemons

Live Virtual Class Schedule

Virtual Training - 5 Days

Day 1

8AM-12PM && 1PM-5PM
Interacting with UNIX
  • The command line interface
  • Browsing online documentation
The command line interface
  • Role of the shell
  • Command format and syntaxIntroduction to software Testing
Browsing online documentation
  • Displaying man pages
  • Accessing web reference sources
Managing Files
  • Essential file housekeeping tools
  • Displaying and interpreting file attributes
Essential file housekeeping tools
  • Copying: cp
  • Renaming: mv
  • Removing: rm
  • Linking: ln
  • Editing: vi
  • Printing: lp, lpr
Displaying and interpreting file attributes
  • Listing files with ls and ls -l
  • Identifying file type, owner, group, size,modification time and index number

Day 2

8AM-12PM && 1PM-5PM
Establishing access permissions with chmod
  • Symbolic notation
  • Octal notation
Navigating Directories
  • Unix directory
  • Maintaining directory
The UNIX directory hierarchy
  • Home, current and parent directories
  • Root directory and subdirectories
Maintaining directories
  • Changing directory with cd
  • Making and removing directories
Locating files with find
  • Searching using file attributes
  • Operating on found files
Working with the KornShell
  • What is Kornshell
  • How Do we work with it
  • Details of Kornshell
  • Examples
Command history facility
  • Listing past commands
  • Recalling and editing a previous command

Day 3

8AM-12PM && 1PM-5PM
Employing KornShell tips and tricks
  • Filename "wildcards": * , ? , [ ]
Personalizing your shell
  • Defining command aliases
  • Updating the start-up scripts
  • Setting shell variables and options
Accessing UNIX Servers from UNIX and Windows
  • Introduction to UNIX Servers,
  • History of UNIX servers,
  • How to Access UNIX servers,
  • Working of UNIX servers
Logging into a remote server
  • Secure Shell
  • PuTTY
  • Telnet
  • Cygwin
  • Others

Day 4

8AM-12PM && 1PM-5PM
Uploading and downloading files
  • Secure FTP
  • Scp
  • FTP
  • WinSCP
  • Others
Taming Information with Filters The UNIX tool-building philosophy
  • Filtering data streams through pipelines
  • Redirecting standard input, output and error
Streams Extracting and restructuring data
  • Searching: grep
  • Sorting: sort
  • Editing: sed
  • Trimming: head and tail
  • Selecting: awk
  • Counting: wc

Day 5

8AM-12PM && 1PM-5PM
Matching patterns with regular expressions
  • Metacharacter examples with grep
  • Substituting patterns with sed
  • Refining selections with awk
Developing and Executing Scripts
  • Writing a simple script
  • Storing commands in a file
  • Marking the file executable
Controlling flow of execution
  • Iterating through loops with for and while
  • Testing conditions with if/else
  • Choosing alternatives with case
  • Measuring disk space usage
  • Initiating and terminating daemons
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