Unix is a multitasking, multi-user computer operating system. Over the years different distributions of Unix have been created, including Linux and the Mac OS X. This hands-on course introduces the Unix/Linux operating system focusing on the essential components of the operating system, as well as exploring the UNIX file system, and techniques and commands for navigating the Unix directory hierarchy, manipulating and managing files and controlling file access. Other topics include how execute commands and customize your Unix /Linux environment, how to interact with and customize the KornShell, and how to extract and process information with filters and pipes. This class is appropriate for students interested in studying Unix or Linux.
Prerequisites: This class has no prerequisites.
VIRTUAL OPTION is available for this class. Choose “VIRTUAL – Live at Your Desk” from the Course Choice drop-down menu. Students still participate in classes, but do so virtually via a computer and internet connection using WebEx.
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