Intermediate Linux: Shell, Bash, Text Manipulation, Multitasking & More is a two-day course designed to provide you with hands on experience using standard Linux commands and utilities used for day-to-day tasks including file manipulation, program execution and control, and effective use of the shell and desktop environments. Throughout the course you’ll explore key concepts to Linux core functionality, while learning the system's most commonly used commands. You’ll also learn the Bourne shell, Bash shell and Korn shell programming techniques you’ll need to read and modify existing shell scripts, and create your own. Data manipulation utilities and shell syntax for synthesizing command pipelines are also emphasized throughout the course.
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This skills-focused course combines expert instructor-led discussions with practical hands-on labs that emphasize useful, current techniques, best practices and standards. Working in this hands-on lab environment, guided by our expert practitioner, you’ll learn about and explore:
Review of the File System
Introduction to Shells: sh, bash, and ksh
Advanced Shell Features
Text Manipulation Utilities
File Processing Utilities
Multitasking and Batch Processing
Length: 2.0 days (16 hours)
6:00 PM ET
6:00 PM ET