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Introduction to UNIX

Course Description

This course is designed to teach the concepts of UNIX Systems in a clear and concise manner. Students will learn the commands, command syntax, file system, structure, file manipulation, UNIX terminology, and UNIX design concepts. Students will receive professional tips and techniques which will help build UNIX confidence and skills that are relevant to Solaris, HP-UX, AIX, SCO, Linux, OS X, IRIX and all other version

Who Should Attend

Designed for technical and business professionals who need to become productive UNIX system users end users, managers, supervisors, analysts, programmers, system analysts, engineers, and administrators. This course is applicable to all flavors of UNIX.

Prerequisites

No previous knowledge is assumed.

What you will learn:

  • Understand UNIX terminology
  • Understand the Operating system structure
  • UNIX commands and operations
  • Compare the differences and similarities of UNIX-DOS syntax
  • Grasp essential UNIX commands, file structures, and concepts
  • Create, copy, rename, link and move files
  • Move, modify, delete, and undo text using 'vi' editor
  • Create and examine directories and directory trees
  • Understand and execute common UNIX commands
  • Set file and directory permissions
  • Search and manipulate text

 

Linux

Course Description

This course shows how to install and manage a Linux based client 'workstation' Students will be shown the required concepts and specifics of installation, user management, network configuration, application installation and removal, log file locations and maintenance, and network service access.

Who Should Attend

Help Desk Support Personnel, Network and LAN Integration, Specialists, Operators, Networking Specialists, Desktop Support Specialists, System Administrators evaluating, migrating or integrating Linux into their network.

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge about hardware and general information about UNIX systems.

What you will learn:

  • Concepts of Licensing,
  • Installation Techniques
  • Implementing Security
  • Networking Concepts
  • X Window Configuration
  • General Login Control, User and Group Management
  • System Management of Disk Space
  • Print Queues
  • Setup mail, ftp, telnet, browsers
  • Basic Security Settings for users and on files and services
  • Printing Service Setup, Log File Maintenance
  • Basic daily usage and maintenance tips

 

OS X

Course Description

Come and learn about Apple Computer's Mac OS X. It is the future of the Mac OS, featuring a UNIX core, a stunning new interface, and backward compatibility with existing Mac OS applications.

Who Should Attend

Help Desk Support Personnel, Network and LAN Integration, Specialists, Operators, Networking Specialists, Desktop Support Specialists, System Administrators evaluating, migrating or integrating OS x into their network.

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge about hardware and general information about UNIX systems.

What you will learn:

  • Understand UNIX terminology
  • Understand the Operating system structure
  • UNIX commands and operations
  • Compare the differences and similarities of UNIX/MAC 9 syntax
  • Grasp essential UNIX commands, file structures, and concepts
  • Create, copy, rename, link and move files
  • Create and examine directories and directory trees
  • Understand and execute common UNIX commands
  • Set file and directory permissions
  • Search and manipulate text