Unix Technical Overview — A 1 day course
This Unix training course is designed to give delegates an overview of the various versions of UNIX available. It is technically orientated to enable staff at all levels to have an appreciation of what UNIX is, and the various features available with the different versions.
The delegates will practise:
- What UNIX is
- The History of UNIX from Version 7 and the Various Versions Available
- OSF/2 POSIX SVR4 Standards
- Features of the UNIX Operating System
- UNIX Networking Features
- What a Process is and how Processes are Controlled
- Standard Utilities Available with UNIX
- Applications Available
- The System Administrator
This UNIX Technical Overview course will provide the delegate with a technical understanding of the UNIX Operating System, from its general structure to its Networking capabilities.
IT staff who need an appreciation of what UNIX is, enabling them to make sound decisions about possible implementation of a UNIX system
An understanding of operating systems
Publicly scheduled dates, locations, and prices
A schedule of dates for this subject is not currently available. Please call 0333 210 0140 or use our contact form to enquire about places and availability.
What is UNIX?
- The UNIX Kernel
- What is the Shell?
- Different Shells Available
History of UNIX
- Version 7 to SVR4 (System 5 Release 4)
- OSF/1 and OSF/2
- POSIX Standards
- SVR4 Standards
Features of UNIX
- Built in Functions
- Applications for Users and Programmers
- NFS (Yellow Pages)
- NIS and NIS+
Processes and Background Jobs
- Controlling processes in UNIX
- Background Jobs
- CRON and AT
- Programmers Tools
- System Start-up and Control
UNIX System Administrator
- The Function and Responsibilities of a System Administrator