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1. Title

  • A Comprehensive Introduction to UNIX/LINUX Commands (UCINTR, 4 days)
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2. Course Pre-requisites

  • Working knowledge of Unix or Linux

3. Target Audience

  • Advance users interested in mastering the shell and automating task using the Unix or Linux operating system

4. Dates and Pricing

2 People for Guaranteed Live or Virtual Delivery $2,775.00 per person

5. Outline

Module 1: Essential UNIX Commands

Topic 1: File and directory manipulation

Topic 2: I/O redirection and pipes

Topic 3: Writing shell startup files

Topic 4: Using the shell command history

Module 2: Finding UNIX Documentation

Topic 1: The man command

Topic 2: Other manual page browsers

Module 3: UNIX regular expressions

Topic 1: The meta character set

Topic 2: Building search patterns

Topic 3: Developing extended regular expressions

Module 4: Using the grep command

Topic 1: Processing files

Topic 2: Processing command output

Module 5: The characteristics of a UNIX filter

Topic 1: Reading from standard input

Topic 2: Writing to standard output and standard error

Module 6: Common UNIX filters

Topic 1: Editing the output of commands with the stream editor sed

Topic 2: Translating characters with tr

Topic 3: Sorting files and command output

Topic 4: Comparing different versions of files

Topic 5: Using other common filters: cut, uniq tee

Topic 6: Combining filters for complex text processing

Topic 7: Executing filter commands with find


Topic 1: Testing and extracting fields from structured input

Topic 2: Performing arithmetic calculations

Topic 3: Writing useful awk one-liners

Topic 4: Matching patterns with extended regular expressions

Topic 5: Modifying awk#39;s default behavior with special patterns and built-in variables

Topic 6: Calling awk built-in functions

Topic 7: Using awk#39;s control constructs for testing and looping

Topic 8: Storing data in arrays

Topic 9: Formatting output using printf

Topic 10: Searching files with multiline records

Module 8: Shell basics

Topic 1: Writing simple shell scripts

Topic 2: Storing data in shell variables

Topic 3: Exporting variables to the environment

Topic 4: Preventing the creation of a subshell environment

Module 9: Controlling logic flow

Topic 1: Making decisions with if and case

Topic 2: Quoting shell commands to avoid problems with variables

Topic 3: Reading and testing standard input

Topic 4: Looping with for and while

Topic 5: Accessing the shell#39;s built-in variables

Module 10: Other shell features

Topic 1: About the Standard Input and Output Streams

Topic 2: Accepting command line arguments

Topic 3: Redirecting standard output

Topic 4: Substituting command output

Topic 5: Performing arithmetic in shell scripts

Topic 6: Scanning for command line options

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