Unix/Linux Operations for Users CEUN-902
|Course Name||Unix/Linux Operations for Users|
|Category||Information Technology & Computers|
|Description||Unix Operations for Users delves into common GNU commands and utilities, and how to customize your login environment and mail utility for better daily operations.
You will learn about writing UNIX shell scripts, to provide a good understanding of developing simple scripts as well as comparing AWK to shell scripts. Specific topics include a description and use of the most common UNIX shells ¬ Bourne, Korn, Bash, and the C shells. You will also study the scheduling utilities that allow the user to run jobs in the evening and/or night shifts, thereby reducing the workload in the day.
At the conclusion of Unix Operations for Users, you will be able to:
• Customize the UNIX shell environment;
• Use common UNIX tools to perform routine operations;
• Use shell scripts to automate routine tasks;
• Set job priorities;
• Schedule jobs to run on a recurring or one-time basis;
• Use UNIX pipes and redirection.
|Notes||This course is offered in-class.
For in-class please email infotech.PT@centennialcollege.ca or call 416-289-5000 x2267
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