||2 Days – Hands on
||Available upon request (Write to
||AIX, Linux, Solaris, and HP-UX
||TN230 (AIX) and TN240 (UNIX - Linux,
Solaris, and HP-UX)
||Discounts are available for a classs
of 5 and 8 students
||Comprehensive student guide
This course is designed for System
Administrators, programmers, and application developers. Shell scripts
are often the key to becoming a productive AIX or Linux system administrator.
During this course you will write and understand simple programs that demonstrate
your ability to write shell scripts in either an AIX or Linux environment.
This intermediate course is for
experienced system administrators, programmers, application developers,
and end users. This course requires at least three to six months experience
in any of the UNIX falvor.
Have working knowledge of UNIX or
Linux,including the use of the vi editor, manipulating files and directories,
basic variables, piping and grep commands.
Basic shell concepts
Shell variables and positional parameters
Flow control in a shell script
Testing of return codes and traps
Using vi Editor
Functions and typeset
Shell features such as arithmetic and
Using regular expressions
Shell execution and file permissions
Using various AIX utilities
Korn Shell Scripting for
Korn Shell Scripting for UNIX