Unix Administration Basics


Unix Administration Basics, Singapore elarning online course

Course Description

Unix Administration Basics Course. Topics covered in this course include: VirtualBox, Basic commands, Special characters, File editing, Filesystem structure, Finding files, Shell special characters,Regular expressions,Process management, Job scheduling, Customizing your account, UNIX printing, Networking, X Windows, Backup and compression, Text utilities, Shell scripting, System administration basics.

Start with the basics with Unix!

- Know the basic features in Unix
- Understand what is the feature of the functions
- Be able to apply the functions into projects
- Equip yourself with the skills to use Unix


Course Objectives

  1. Virtual Box
  2. Shell Special Characters
  3. Regular Expressions
  4. Customizing Your Account
  5. Unix Printing
  6. X Windows


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Content

Unix Administration Basics

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Content
  • Module 1: Virtual Box
    • 1.1 Virtual Box - Part 1
    • 1.2 Virtual Box - Part 2
    • 1.3 Virtual Box - Part 3
    • 1.4 Virtual Box - Part 4
    • 1.5 Virtual Box - Part 5
    • 1.6 Virtual Box - Part 6
  • Module 2: Basic Commands
    • 2.1 Basic Commands - Part 1
    • 2.2 Basic Commands - Part 2
    • 2.3 Basic Commands - Part 3
    • 2.4 Basic Commands - Part 4
    • 2.5 Basic Commands - Part 5
    • 2.6 Basic Commands - Part 6
    • 2.7 Basic Commands - Part 7
    • 2.8 Basic Commands - Part 8
    • 2.9 Basic Commands - Part 9
    • 2.10 Basic Commands - Part 10
  • Module 3: Special Characters
    • 3.1 Special Characters - Part 1
    • 3.2 Special Characters - Part 2
    • 3.3 Special Characters - Part 3
  • Module 4: File Editing
    • 4.1 File Editing - Part 1
    • 4.2 File Editing - Part 2
    • 4.3 File Editing - Part 3
    • 4.4 File Editing - Part 4
    • 4.5 File Editing - Part 5
    • 4.6 File Editing - Part 6
    • 4.7 File Editing - Part 7
  • Module 5: File System Structure
    • 5.1 File System Structure - Part 1
    • 5.2 File System Structure - Part 2
    • 5.3 File System Structure - Part 3
    • 5.4 File System Structure - Part 4
  • Module 6: Finding Files
    • 6.1 Finding Files - Part 
    • 6.2 Finding Files - Part 2
    • 6.3 Finding Files - Part 3
  • Module 7: Shell Special Characters
    • 7.1 Shell Special Characters - Part 1
    • 7.2 Shell Special Characters - Part 2
    • 7.3 Shell Special Characters - Part 3
  • Module 8: Regular Expressions
    • 8.1 Regular Expressions - Part 1
    • 8.2 Regular Expressions - Part 2
    • 8.3 Regular Expressions - Part 3
    • 8.4 Regular Expressions - Part 4
    • 8.5 Regular Expressions - Part 5
    • 8.6 Regular Expressions - Part 6
  • Module 9: Process Management
    • 9.1 Process Management - Part 1
    • 9.2 Process Management - Part 2
    • 9.3 Process Management - Part 3
    • 9.4 Process Management - Part 4
    • 9.5 Process Management - Part 5
    • 9.6 Process Management - Part 6
    • 9.7 Process Management - Part 7
    • 9.8 Process Management - Part 8 
  • Module 10: Job Scheduling
    • 10.1 Job Scheduling - Part 1
    • 10.2 Job Scheduling - Part 2
    • 10.3 Job Scheduling - Part 3
    • 10.4 Job Scheduling - Part 4
    • 10.5 Job Scheduling - Part 5
    • 10.6 Job Scheduling - Part 6
  • Module 11: Customizing Your Account
    • 11.1 Customizing Your Account - Part 1
    • 11.2 Customizing Your Account - Part 2
    • 11.3 Customizing Your Account - Part 3
    • 11.4 Customizing Your Account - Part 4
    • 11.5 Customizing Your Account - Part 5
    • 11.6 Customizing Your Account - Part 6
  • Module 12: Unix Printing
    • 12.1 Unix Printing - Part 1
    • 12.2 Unix Printing - Part 2
    • 12.3 Unix Printing - Part 3
    • 12.4 Unix Printing - Part 4
  • Module 13: Networking
    • 13.1 Networking - Part 1
    • 13.2 Networking - Part 2
    • 13.3 Networking - Part 3
    • 13.4 Networking - Part 4
    • 13.5 Networking - Part 5
    • 13.6 Networking - Part 6
    • 13.7 Networking - Part 7
    • 13.8 Networking - Part 8
    • 13.9 Networking - Part 9
    • 13.10 Networking - Part 10
  • Module 14: X Windows
    • 14.1 X Windows - Part 1
    • 14.2 X Windows - Part 2
    • 14.3 X Windows - Part 3
    • 14.4 X Windows - Part 4
    • 14.5 X Windows - Part 5
  • Module 15: Back Up And Compression
    • 15.1 Back Up And Compression - Part 1
    • 15.2 Back Up And Compression - Part 2
    • 15.3 Back Up And Compression - Part 3
    • 15.4 Back Up And Compression - Part 4
  • Module 16: Text Utility
    • 16.1 Text Utility - Part 1
    • 16.2 Text Utility - Part 2
    • 16.3 Text Utility - Part 3
    • 16.4 Text Utility - Part 4
    • 16.5 Text Utility - Part 5
  • Module 17: Shell Scripting
    • 17.1 Shell Scripting - Part 1
    • 17.2 Shell Scripting - Part 2
    • 17.3 Shell Scripting - Part 3
    • 17.4 Shell Scripting - Part 4
    • 17.5 Shell Scripting - Part 5
    • 17.6 Shell Scripting - Part 6
    • 17.7 Shell Scripting - Part 7
    • 17.8 Shell Scripting - Part 8
    • 17.9 Shell Scripting - Part 9
    • 17.10 Shell Scripting - Part 10
    • 17.11 Shell Scripting - Part 11
  • Module 18: System Administration Basics
    • 18.1 System Administration Basics - Part 1
    • 18.2 System Administration Basics - Part 2
    • 18.3 System Administration Basics - Part 3
    • 18.4 System Administration Basics - Part 4
    • 18.5 System Administration Basics - Part 5
  • Duration 14 hr 15 mins
  • Skill level All Levels
  • Languages English
  • Tag(s) IT Unix Programming


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