Learn Complete Tutorials of Unix for Beginners to Expert
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Learn Complete Tutorials of Unix for Beginners to Expert

Learn Complete Step by Step Tutorials of Unix for Beginners to Expert
2.8 (22 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
7,176 students enrolled
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Last updated 6/2018
English
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  • 5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • To Understand how to work with Unix Operating System
Course content
Expand all 17 lectures 04:47:44
+ File System and Their Types
2 lectures 37:20
What is a File System
19:15
Types of File Systems
18:05
+ Unix Files & Directions
3 lectures 44:25
How to create a Directions in Unix
09:39
How to Copy Files in Unix
16:28
How to Create Wild Card Charactors
18:18
+ Links, FAP and Process Scheduling
3 lectures 01:11:13
What is a Link
11:11
What is FAP ( File Access Permission )
52:46
What is Process Scheduling
07:16
+ Filters and AWK
3 lectures 01:22:03
What are the Filters
44:20
What are the Advanced Filters
26:38
What is AWK?
11:05
+ Redirections
1 lecture 32:37
What is Redirections
32:37
Requirements
  • Basic knowledge in using Computers
  • Basic Knowledge on Operating System
Description

Unix is a portable, multitasking, multiuser, time-sharing operating system (OS) originally developed in 1969 by a group of employees at AT&T. Unix was first programmed in assembly language but was reprogrammed in C in 1973.

Unix has been ported to more machine families than any other operating system. As a result, it has come to be identified with the concept of open systems. Unix operating systems are widely used in PCs, servers and mobile devices. The Unix environment was also an essential element in the development of the Internet and networking.

Unix has a set of concepts that make it unique. For example, Unix uses plain text to store data. It also uses hierarchical file systems and treats devices and certain kinds of inter process communication (IPC) as files.

Who this course is for:
  • Any one who want to become Expert in Unix