UNIX Operating SystemMULTIDATA
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This program covers the capability and skill recognized as input to intend U.N.I.X. users. The program targets to provide learners enough skills to permit them to run application in U.N.I.X. surroundings and the connected events this requires, such as to organize, copy, move and delete files. Providing practical experiences, on finishing of the program the learner will be capable to: recognize the concepts fundamental of U.N.I.X. and the advantages provided; be capable to log on and off the system and run their preferred applications; be capable to administer their files; and be capable to use diversity of instructions, equipments and utilization.
This program also covers the capability and skills recognized as essential to control Unix developers. The program provides to impart learners superior knowledge of the U.N.I.X. operating system adequate to convene the requirements of superior user. Providing practical experiences, on achievement of the program the reader will be capable to make use of a diversity of commands, equipments and utilities.
Familiar with basic U.N.I.X. computation and programming fundamentals is necessary as gained from the work surroundings or by previous attendance on a "U.N.I.X. Users Preface" program.
The frame-work of the program is as follows:
• Preface to U.N.I.X.
• Execute U.N.I.X. Command.
• Use of Electronic-Mail.
• The U.N.I.X. File-System.
• Access Files.
• Link files.
• Sort out the Content of Files.
• Other U.N.I.X. File Utilities.
• Combining U.N.I.X. Commands and Utilities.
• Find Files.
• Find patterns in files.
• The U.N.I.X. editor.
• Preface to Bourne & Korn Shells.
• Shells Scripts Basics