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                        courses on cds and videosSee what this powerful operating system has to offer as you learn of its shell structure, multi-user features and files and directories systems. Learn of the applications available with UNIX and how to use the commands to master this system.
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Unix Certification Training Videos Descriptions

Unix Videos - Levels 1 - 6

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UNIX Training Tutorial Courses CBT CD-ROMs

Unix CBT CD-ROMs: User Curriculum (User Fundamentals and Advanced Topics) Detailed Description

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$258.00

HP- UX Unix CBT CD-ROMs: Administration Curriculum Detailed Description

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IBM/ AIX Unix CBT CD-ROMs: Administration Curriculum Detailed Description

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Sun Solaris Unix CBT CD-ROMs: Administration Curriculum Detailed Description Sale

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$208.00

SCO/SVR 5 Unix CBT CD-ROMs: Administration Curriculum Detailed Description

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Unix Training Videos Course Contents

Level 1 Training Video (2 hrs 4 min)
1.0 Covering Objectives (49 min)
1.1 What is an Operating System
1.2 How a Kernal Defines the Operating System
1.3 Memory Management, Device Interface & File System
1.4 Concentric Circle Model
1.5 Shells
1.6 Shells Common Features
1.7 Common Input Characteristics
1.8 Common Output Characteristics
1.9 Running Commands in the Foreground & Background
1.10 Korn, C & Bourne Again Shells
1.11 File Name Completion
1.12 Shell Command Structure
1.13 Files & Directories
1.14 Multi-User Features & Password File
1.15 Group File
1.16 Logging on
1.17 Security (Changing Password)
1.18 Logging Out
2.0 File System (24 min)
2.1 File Types
2.2 Ordinary Files
2.3 Directory Files
2.4 Special (Device) Files
2.5 Examples of File Types
2.6 Naming Files
2.7 Current Directory-pwd
2.8 Navigating the File System – Hierarchy
2.9 Terminology
2.10 Benefits of a Hierarchy File System
2.11 File Command
2.12 Important System Directories
3.0 Commands (50 min)
3.1 Unix System Reference Manual
3.2 Manual Sections
3.3 Page Format
3.4 Using the Manual Command
3.5 Manual Command Tips
3.6 Unix Environment
3.7 Environment Commands
3.8 Command Search
3.9 Switching Shells
3.10 STTY Command
3.11 Special Characters

Level 2 Training Video (1 Hour 59 min)
1.0 More Commands (59 min)
1.1 Ls Command
1.2 Cat Command
1.3 Nl, Pg, & More & Less Commands
1.4 Od Commands
1.5 Printing a File (lpstat)
1.6 Diff
1.7 Using Redirection for Input & Output
1.8 I/O Redirection- Pipes
2.0 Shell Metacharacters (10 min)
2.1 Objectives
2.2 * Star
2.3 ? Question Mark
2.4 [ ] Square Brackets
2.5 $ Dollar Sign
3.0 VI Text Editor (47 min)
3.1 Introducing VI
3.2 Starting VI
3.3 Demonstration of How VI Works
3.4 Details of Starting VI
3.5 Recovering from an Interrupt
3.6 VI Modes
3.7 VI Overview
3.8 EX Overview
3.9 Terminating a VI Session
3.10 Screen Commands
3.11 Cursor Commands
3.12 Text Commands

Level 3 Training Video (1 hr 56 min)
1.0 File System Commands (1 hr 3 min)
1.1 Unix User Classifications
1.2 Permission Types- (Files)
1.3 Permission Types- (Directories)
1.4 Ls Command Detailed Format
1.5 Permission Settings
1.6 Changing File Permission Settings
1.7 File Creation Mask (Umask)
1.8 Comparing Chmod & Umask
1.9 Creating Directories-mdir
1.10 Removing Directories-rmdir
1.11 Deleting Files-rm
1.12 Hard Links-ln
1.13 Symbolic Links (Soft Link)
1.14 Copying Files
1.15 Renaming & Moving Files
1.16 Finding Files
2.0 C Shell Built in Commands (19 min)
2.1 C Shell Variables-set
2.2 History Command
2.3 Script Command
2.4 Alias Command
2.5 Environment Settings
3.0 Filters (28 min)
3.1 Sort
3.2 Advanced Sort Options
3.3 Using Egrep
3.4 Egrep Options
3.5 Egrep Metacharacters
3.6 Spell Checker
3.7 Wc Filter
3.8 Combining Filters
3.9 Tee Command

Level 4 Training Video (1 hr 41 min)
1.0 Pattern Mapping Features (12 min)
1.1 Regular Expressions
2.0 Process Control (26 min)
2.1 Command Processing
2.2 Process Information
2.3 The Kill Command
2.4 Shell Commands
2.5 Command Grouping
2.6 Foreground/Background Processes
2.7 Job Control Commands
3.0 Program Generation (17 min)
3.1 Program Creation
3.2 Unix Make
4.0 Shell Features (45 min)
4.1 Module Objectives
4.2 Shell Features
4.3 Running Scripts
4.4 Echo
4.5 Debugging Shell Scripts
4.6 Shell Variables
4.7 Back Quotes
4.8 Single Quotes
4.9 Evaluating Expressions
4.10 Positional Parameters
4.11 Standard Input

Level 5 Training Video (1 hr 55 min)
1.0 Advanced Shell Features (1 hr 54 min)
1.1 Condition Evaluation
1.2 Integer Operators
1.3 Sting Operators
1.4 Loop Breaks
1.5 Loop Commands
1.6 If Command
1.7 Case Command
1.8 Personal Preference upon Login
1.9 Figuring Out Total Storage in a Given Directory
1.10 Keeping Track of Links, Files & Directories
1.11 Finding Out When a Particular User Has Logged In
1.12 Listing Files Greater Than a Certain Size
1.13 The Case Statement
1.14 Functions
1.15 The Shift Command

Level 6 Training Video (1 hr 59 min)
1.0 SED (30 min)
1.1 Overview
1.2 SED Command Structure
1.3 SED Commands
2.0 AWK (50 min)
2.1 Overview
2.2 AWK Command Structure
2.3 AWK Procedures
2.4 AWK Assignment Statements
2.5 AWK Special Variables
2.6 AWK for Command
2.7 IF Statement
2.8 Print Command
2.9 AWK While Loop
2.10 Looking at AWK in action
3.0 Unix Networking Commands (22 min)
3.1 R Login
3.2 RSh (Remote Shell)
3.3 FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
3.4 Related Commands
4.0 Miscellaneous Commands (15 min)
4.1 Scheduling
4.2 The At Command
4.3 The Crontab Command





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