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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
UNIX Fundamentals: Overview $74.95
UNIX Fundamentals: Shell Scripting Basics $74.95
UNIX Fundamentals: Files and Directories $74.95
UNIX Fundamentals: Security $74.95
UNIX Fundamentals: Network Administration $74.95

Bundle Price: $199.00
Total Savings: $175.75


UNIX Fundamentals: Overview

UNIX is a computer operating system developed in 1969 by AT&T at Bell Labs and has evolved into many variants across a broad range of computing devices. Today, UNIX's many 'flavors' are used for a wide variety of commercial and personal applications. Commercial UNIX systems include Oracle Solaris, IBM AIX and HP-UX. There are also a large number of UNIX-like operating systems including Linux, Mac OSX and variants of BSD. This course is an overview that introduces the learner to the basics of UNIX, including a brief history of UNIX and the various brands of UNIX and Linux; the various implementations of UNIX, either in a network or single workstation environment; UNIX's basic user interfaces, from command line to the X Window System; and some fundamental UNIX commands, such as logging in or out of a UNIX system and performing basic UNIX file operations.
  • recognize the basic principles of UNIX
  • describe the historical development of UNIX
  • describe UNIX standards
  • recognize the advantages of UNIX as a server
  • describe the differences between UNIX's commercial and open source distributions
  • choose a UNIX distribution, given a scenario
  • distinguish between UNIX implementations in network environments
  • describe UNIX's implementation on standalone computers
  • perform the basics of using a UNIX system
  • log into a UNIX system
  • perform basic UNIX file tasks
  • log out of a UNIX system

UNIX Fundamentals: Shell Scripting Basics

Developed in 1969 by AT&T at Bell Labs, UNIX has evolved to become a popular operating system used by individuals, companies, and organizations for diverse personal and commercial applications. Commercial UNIX systems include Oracle Solaris, IBM AIX and HP-UX, and the success of UNIX variants like Linux, Mac OSX and Android operating systems have helped UNIX become one of the most popular OSes in the world today. The UNIX shell is a powerful, command-line interface that allows users to create scripts to control the inner workings of UNIX. This course is an overview that introduces the learner to the basics of shell scripting in UNIX, including a discussion on how shell scripts work, and choosing the right UNIX shell. This course will also introduce the creation of executables, redirection, substitution and patterns, and the use of UNIX commands in a script.
  • recognize examples of how the UNIX shell processes using expansion and substitution
  • group commands on a command line
  • recognize how commands are stored in scripts
  • choose UNIX shells
  • create a shell script
  • run a shell script
  • choose UNIX shells
  • create a shell script
  • run shell scripts
  • recognize how characters are used in commands
  • use conditional execution
  • group commands
  • use standard I/O redirection
  • perform file redirection
  • script with redirection
  • use file substitution
  • use command substitution
  • use command execution
  • use redirection
  • use substitution in a script

UNIX Fundamentals: Files and Directories

UNIX was Developed in 1969 by AT&T at Bell Labs and today is one of the most widely used OSes in the world. Used by individuals, companies, and organizations for a variety of applications, commercial UNIX systems include Oracle Solaris, IBM AIX, and HP-UX. An open-source system with many variants, it has also gained success in personal use markets such as desktop PCs (with UNIX-based operating systems like Linux and Mac OSX), and in smartphones with the Android OS. UNIX has powerful file system features for working with files and directories. This course provides an introduction to the UNIX file system, including file types and their functions, the creation and deletion of UNIX files, wildcards and regular expression characters, searching UNIX files using parameters, and managing UNIX files and directories.
  • recognize the basic characteristics of files and directories
  • describe UNIX file types
  • name files and directories in a UNIX file system
  • navigate the UNIX file system
  • list files in a UNIX file system
  • view files in a UNIX file system
  • create files and directories
  • delete files
  • set permissions on files
  • work with the UNIX file system
  • create, delete, and set permissions for files
  • use wildcards to locate files
  • use regular expressions to locate files
  • use grep to search for file content
  • use find to search for files
  • create and delete directories
  • copy and move files and directories
  • archive directories
  • find files in the Unix file system
  • create and archive directories

UNIX Fundamentals: Security

An open-source system with many variants, UNIX is one of the most widely-used OSes in the world. It has gained success in personal use markets such as desktop PCs (with UNIX-based operating systems like Linux and Mac OSX), and in smartphones with the Android OS. Used by individuals, companies and organizations for a variety of applications, commercial UNIX systems include Oracle Solaris, IBM AIX and HP-UX. One of the things that makes UNIX so popular is its sophisticated security features. System administrators can exert precise controls over UNIX systems, both locally (workstation) and remotely (network and Internet). This course demonstrates how UNIX system security works, including file permissions and folder security, UNIX kernel tuning, CRON security, the prevention of anonymous shutdown, and the UNIX password system.
  • set permissions for files
  • set permissions for files and directories
  • recognize the basics of UNIX file system security
  • tune the UNIX kernel
  • manage cron scheduling
  • prevent anonymous shutdowns
  • block a user's access to a UNIX system
  • change a user's password security values
  • configure UNIX for security

UNIX Fundamentals: Network Administration

An open-source system with many variants, UNIX is one of the most widely used OSes in the world. It has gained success in personal use markets such as desktop PCs (with UNIX-based operating systems like Linux and Mac OSX), and in smartphones with the Android OS. Its used by individuals, companies, and organizations for a variety of applications. Commercial UNIX systems include Oracle Solaris, IBM AIX, and HP-UX. One of the things that makes UNIX so popular is its sophisticated network administration features. Administrators can exert precise controls over UNIX systems, both locally (workstation) and remotely (network and Internet). This course is an overview of UNIX network administration, including TCP/IP networking, implementing DHCP and DNS, using UNIX with Apache server, and file sharing with NFS and Samba.
  • configure the network interface with ifconfig
  • perform name resolution
  • create new network routes
  • configure network settings that need to initialize automatically at boot time.
  • implement DHCP on a network
  • implement BIND
  • configure a zone file
  • install and run Apache
  • configure Apache
  • implement TCP/IP networking
  • implement DNS on a network
  • implement Apache
  • establish access permissions for NFS
  • mount remote file systems
  • configure Samba shares
  • authenticate clients
  • recognize how to troubleshoot Samba
  • share files with NFS
  • configure Samba and authenticate clients
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Unix Fundamentals e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252684
  • Duration:
    9 hours
  • Price:
    $199