Shell Programming for UNIX System Administrators

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Shell Programming for UNIX System Administrators

This course provides the necessary skills to write effective shell scripts to automate the administrative functions in a UNIX environment.

This course covers advanced shell programming for technical users and UNIX system administrators. The course also thoroughly treats other functions such as the shell as the user interface, the shell as customization tool for the user environment, and the shell as front end for command customization. Shell scripts combine commands together and act similarly to batch files. With a shell and shell scripts, you can customize your system, automate tedious daily tasks, better perform your work, and get more out of your computers.

Course Curriculum

  • UNIX Shells and Shell Scripts
  • The Shell Environment
  • The sed Editor and nawk command
  • Interactive Scripts
  • Loops
  • Functions
  • Traps

Program Details

Duration 24 Hours
Tuition Please call 416.850.1456 or email [email protected] for more information.
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