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What is the benefit of learning Shell?

  • Shell scripts can execute without any additional effort on nearly any modern UNIX / Linux / BSD / Mac OS X operating system as they are written an interpreted language
  • Shell scripts are useful for automating processes that you repeat at the prompt
  • The command and syntax are exactly the same as those directly entered in command line,user does not require extra effort to switch syntax
  • Shell script enables quick completion of tasks in Unix environment

Our Free Tutorial Video Content on Linux & Shell:

Why Shell?

  • Combine lengthy and repetitive sequences of commands into a single
  • Quick to create a shell script
  • Repetitive task automation.
  • Create own utilities/tools
  • Automating command input or entry
  • Time saving
  • Easy to use
  • Portable
  • Interactive debugging

Uses of Shell:

  • Monitoring your Linux system.
  • Create email based alert systems
  • Manage administrative tasks
  • Task automation
  • Monitor several tasks
  • Data backup
  • System boot scripts
  • Application startup scripts, especially unattended applications

Why to learn Shell with us?

  • Best in class
  • Have expertise who works in realtime
  • Practical Classes only
  • Mentor Support

Benefits of learning with us:

  • Not just 1 but Many
  • Not just theory but Practical
  • Not just workstation but Production
  • Not just we provide but we encourage
  • Not just we train but we help
  • Not just learn but grow

Linux with Shell Scripting Training Content – 30 Hours

 

Topic Sub Topic

History

 

Unix versions

 

Architecture

 

Kernel Subsystem

 

Installation

 

Booting process

 

Introduction to LINUX

Overview of the LINUX Operating System
Executing Commands from the Command Line
Introduction to LINUX
 

Working with Files and Directories

 
Determining Where you are in the Directory Structure
Viewing File Content
Copying Files and Directories
Searching Files and Directories
Creating and Removing Files and Directories
The Standard Files
File Descriptors
Input Redirection
Output Redirection
Creating a File with cat
Error Redirection
Combined Redirection
Pipes
Filters
Split Outputs
Command Grouping
Line Continuation
 

Using the vi Editor

 
Introducing the vi Editor
Modifying Files with the vi Editor

Using Basic File Permissions

 
 
Viewing File and Directory Permissions/Ownerships
Changing the Permissions/Ownerships
Modifying Default Permissions/Ownerships
 

Performing Basic Process Control

 
System Processes Overview
Querying/Deleting a hung/orphaned process
Managing Processes

Archiving Files and Performing Remote Transfer

 
Moving and Retrieving Files
Compressing, Viewing, and Uncompressing Files
Performing Remote Connections and File Transfers

Command Utilities

 
find
Sample Directory Structure
Using find
Executing Commands with find
Interactive Command Execution
Additional Options
find Examples
grep
grep Sample Data Files
Basic grep
grep with Regular Expressions
grep Examples
grep Options
Other greps
sort Command
sort Examples
head and tail commands
tn: Login to Remote Hosts
ftp: Transfers Files Between Hosts
ftp Subcommands
tar: Backup and Restore Files

Introduction to LINUX File System

 
Directory Hierarchy
Managing Local disks
Managing File System
Performing Mounts and Umounts
 

User Management

 
Describing the fundamentals of User Administration
Managing User Accounts – Addition, Modification and password reset of User Accounts
Managing Initialization Files
 

Service Management

 
Booting Procedure Overview
Service Management Concepts
Service Start and Start procedure
Run Levels
System Shutdown and Reboot
 
Process Management and Performance Monitoring
Viewing System process
Monitor System Performance Statistics
Monitoring CPU, Memory, Swap space, Disk I/O
Gathering System Performance Statistics.
Working with vmstat , iostat and SAR command (Low priority, higher for beginner)
 

Network Management

 
Controlling and Monitoring Network Interfaces
Configuring Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) Network Interfaces at Boot
Routing Information
 

Performing Basic Process Control

 
Describe OS processes
View a process
Search for a specific process
Send a signal to a process
Terminate processes with the kill command

Performing Remote Connections and File Transfers

 
Establish a remote login session – Telnet, SSH, SFTP etc.
Copy files or directories to and from another system
Transfer files between systems

Shell Scripting

Introduction
Basic
History
Variables
Array
Operators
Statements
Loops
Functions
Modules
Regular Expression
File Handling
Special Variables
Coding Standards
Error Handling
Remote Scripting
Scheduling
Use Cases
Integration

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