UNIX Training

UNIX Course Online

  • 196 Enrolled
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Duration : 2 Months
Daily : 2 hours
Overview of UNIX Training

UNIX course from Sipexe will let you know about everything related to the operating system. The course will let you know about working ion command line interface. You can do many things after taking the training. You will know about drawing a parallel between mouse and keyboard. You will also be able to know about drawing graphics with the help of commands line. The course has been designed by our instructors and they will let you know everything which you can use during your job as a UNIX administrator. Other jobs that you can get after pursuing the course are UNIX engineer, technical support engineer, and many more.

UNIX online course will let you know about the basic and advanced features of the UNIX operating system. You will know about different types of commands that you can use in the command-line interface. Our instructors have designed the course curriculum in which all the commands used in the UNIX are included. We will provide a UNIX tutorial, interview questions along with other facilities.

UNIX Certification Key features

  • Get the details about all the commands during the class and in the tutorial
  • Know about the architecture of the Unix operating system
  • Learn about the ways of administering the Unix operating system
  • Unix projects will be given to you for further understanding
  • Learn major concepts of UNIX
  • Our support staff will be available 24/7
Who should learn UNIX Courses Online?

The course can be done by freshers who want to start their career in the UNIX operating system. Software testers, developers, and system administrators can also take up the course.

  • Free Demo
  • 100% job Assistance
  • Flexible Timing
  • Realtime Project Work
  • Learn From Experts
  • Get Certified
  • Place your career
  • Reasonable fees
  • Access on mobile and Tv
  • High-quality content and Class videos
  • Learning Management System
  • Full lifetime access
Course Curriculum
  • Getting Started
    • Introduction to UNIX operating system
    • Features of UNIX operating system
    • History of UNIX operating system
    • Command Names
    • Philosophy of UNIX operating system
    • Characteristics of UNIX operating system
    • Logging In and Logging Out
    • Terminating a Session
    • Parts of the Unix Operating System
    • Functions of the Shell
    • Shell as a Command Line Interpreter
    • Command Characteristics
    • Command Line Formats
    • How to Get Help - man
    • stty - Display Terminal Options
  • Getting to Know the Shell
    • The Shell as a User Interface
    • The Standard Output File
    • Redirection of the Standard Output File
    • Appending to the Standard Output File
    • Redirection of the Standard Input File
    • Standard Input Examples
    • Pipes in UNIX operating system
    • The Standard Error File
    • Standard Error Examples
    • Special I/O Symbols Interpreted by the Shell
    • Shell Variables
    • Quoting Mechanisms
    • Command Substitution
    • The Shell Prompt Variables - PS1, PS2
    • File Name Generation Characters
    • Aliases in UNIX operating system
    • Functions in UNIX operating system
    • The History Mechanism
    • Command Line Shortcuts
  • The File System
    • File System Picture
    • User View of the File System
    • File Types
    • File System Concepts
    • The /etc/passwd File
    • Directory Commands
    • File Access Permissions
    • Groups in UNIX operating system
    • The chmod Command
    • Using chmod
  • The VI Editor
    • The ed Editor
    • Sample ed Session
    • Searching and Substituting with ed
    • The vi Editor
    • The vi Editor - Editing an Existing File
    • The vi Editor - Adding Text
    • Cursor Movement Commands
    • Deleting Text
    • Changing Text
    • Copying and Moving Text
    • Searching for Text
    • Last Line Mode
    • vi Customization
    • Odds and Ends
  • File Commands
    • Relative vs. Complete Pathnames
    • The Shell's Search Algorithm
    • ls Command
    • cat Command
    • cat Examples
    • The rm Command
    • mv Command
    • cp Command
    • ln Command
    • ln Examples
    • cmp and diff Commands
    • Exit Codes
    • Examples of Exit Codes
    • file Command
    • pg Command
  • Commonly Used Commands
    • grep - Print Lines Matching a Pattern
    • grep Examples
    • grep - Special Pattern Matching Characters
    • grep - Other Considerations
    • wc - The Word Count Command
    • sort - Sort Lines of a File
    • head(tail) - Display Beginning/End of a File
    • tail - Display Last Few Lines
    • tr - Translate Characters
    • tr Options
    • cut
    • od - Octal Dump
    • paste
    • paste Examples
    • split
    • uniq
    • lp Command
  • Shell Programming
    • Shells
    • Scripting Rationale
    • Creating a bash Script
    • bash Startup Files
    • A Script's Environment
    • Exporting Variables
    • Exit Status
    • Programming the Shell
    • Parameter Passing
    • Operators
    • if
    • Arithmetic
    • Looping Constructs
    • Input and Output
    • Interrupts
  • Job Control
    • Processes
    • Parent and Child Processes
    • System Startup
    • Shell Initialization
    • Foreground vs. Background
    • ps Command
    • The kill Command
    • Suspending Jobs
    • jobs Command
    • fg and bg Commands
  • Software Tools
    • C Language and UNIX
    • Creating Programs in C
    • Creating a Library
    • Using the Library
    • Static vs. Shared Libraries
    • make
    • Revision Control
    • Concurrent Versioning System (CVS)
    • Other Languages
  • System Administration
    • Duties of the System Administrator
    • Bringing up the System
    • Multi-User Mode
    • Shutting Down the System
    • Adding Users
    • The /dev Directory
    • The awk Language
    • awk Scripts
    • awk Odds and Ends
    • The sed Command
    • Special sed Characters
    • The find Command
    • Backing up Files
    • cpio
    • tar
    • File System Commands
    • The at Command
    • The crontab Command
  • Networking Applications
    • TCP/IP
    • Client/Server Model
    • Ports
    • DNS
    • NFS
    • ping
    • ftp
    • telnet
    • ssh
UNIX Training FAQ's

You can get UNIX training anywhere. Click on the link provided and you will be connected to the training.

The trainer for this course has worked on many live projects involving the UNIX command line. He will teach you UNIX architecture and other concepts that you will easily understand.

Yes! The organization will issue a certificate of completion of the UNIX training course.

After completing the UNIX course you can get a job as a UNIX administrator, UNIX engineer, etc.

Yes! You will receive a UNIX project during the course.

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