UNIX Training in Chennai

Learn UNIX from our Experts in IT industry. We are the best providers of UNIX Training in Chennai with excellent syllabus. By placement, course syllabus and practicals we are the BEST UNIX Training in Chennai. UNIX is a portable, multi user and multi tasking operating systems for desktops, servers and laptops. It was developed in the year 1960s at the bell labs. Initially, the UNIX language was formed in assembly language, later it is recoded in C language. As like Microsoft windows, UNIX system consists of graphical user interface. There are many versions of UNIX available. Even though, there are different versions available, but they share some common similarities. Sun Solaris, Mac OS X and GNU/Linux are the most popular UNIX versions. UNIX systems are mostly used in workstations, mobile devices and servers.

Both the C language and UNIX were developed by the AT&T. It was designed in a time sharing configuration. The characteristics of UNIX include hierarchical file system, usage of plain text for storing various data, tracking certain types of IPC (inter-process communication) as files, tracking devices and much more. In addition to master control program, the UNIX operating system has many utilities, the kernel. The services to the start and stop programs are provided by the kernel. The kernel also helps to handle file system as well as other low level functions. UNIX can be implemented on many platforms such as Mac OS X/Darwin (Apple), Solaris (Sun), GNU/Linux, AIX (IBM), IRIX (SGI), and FreeBSD. Due to its high level integration with the network and its multi-user environment, UNIX is different from other operating systems. There are a wide variety of UNIX applications available.

SHELL Scripting Training in Chennai

A shell script is nothing but a script written for command line interpreter of an operating system. The shell script is referred as simple domain-specific programming language. Shell script performs various operations such as program execution, file manipulation, and printing text. DCL and JCL are the examples of the programming languages that are intended for shell scripting. Like batch files, in shell scripts, the commands are programmed in chains and they are executed as a scripting event by the system. Apart from these, they also help to perform more useful functions like as command substitution. You are allowed to use programming functions like if/then/else statements, ‘for’ loops and so on, with your operating system directly.

Shell scripting is the right method that saves you time if you have a basic familiarity with UNIX and you are in need to do more work. In a nutshell, the shell script is just a text file containing full of commands. The shell script must be executable. One of the main advantages in using shell script is, it save lots of time. Interpreted language is used to write the shell script. The power for writing the shell script comes from the executing external programs to perform processing tasks. With these, the performance of shell script can be limited. Since, they do not need any additional effort for execution, they are considered as a powerful tool for bootstrapping other kind of technologies. For example, autoconf tool is a chain of shell scripts, which is used for configuring software prior.

Besant technologies will teach you the SHELL Scripting applications with real time scenarios. Experienced and corporate trainers will share their knowledge during the classes. Corporate trainers will have more than 8+ years of experience.

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Course Name UNIX Shell Scripting Training
Demo Classes Every Weekends & Weekdays
Venue Besant Technologies
Address 24, Nagendra Nagar, Velachery Main Road,
Velachery, Chennai – 600 042
Landmark: Opposite to Phoenix Market City
Official URL UNIX Shell Scripting Training Syllabus & Informations
Category Scripting Language
Trainer Mr.Prem
Course Duration 15-18 Hours
Class Availability Week Days (90 mins) & Week Ends (120 mins)

UNIX SHELL Scripting Course Syllabus

Introduction

  • Basics of computer applications
  • Unix Course Introductions
  • Pre-requisites
  • Course Summary

Unix Commands :


Processing & Listing

  • Processes and Directories
  • Displaying Processes – ps
  • Displaying Directories – ls
  • Getting Help – man
  • Simple Commands used for processing
  • Using Wildcards

File Creation and Displaying

  • Creating files – using > symbol
  • Redirection – using >> symbol
  • Redirecting Input – using < symbol
  • Displaying Files – cat, more
  • Piping – using | symbol
  • Word Count
  • Sorting a file
  • Removing duplicates
  • Transliteration
  • Using Head and Tail command in files

Files Handling

  • Creating directory
  • Moving files to directories
  • Copying files to directories
  • Changing directory
  • Removing files and directories
  • Special Files – . and ..
  • Creating Aliases
  • Using Aliases

Cut and Paste

  • Displaying selected characters – using cut
  • Displaying selected fields – using delimiters
  • Displaying selected files – using paste
  • Using paste with delimiters

GREP and EGREP

  • Displaying content of the file using GREP
  • Displaying content of the file using EGREP
  • EGREP Meta-character
  • Back Referencing concepts
  • Using POSIX commands

ZIP & TAR

  • Zipping a file
  • Unzipping a file
  • Combining a set of files using TAR
  • Extracting TAR file
  • Using TAR with ZIP

FIND command

  • Searching for a file – using find
  • Finding List of files and directories
  • Finding Last modified files
  • Find with -exec
  • Find with -xargs

Handling Jobs

  • Using /dev/null
  • Foreground Jobs
  • Background Jobs – &
  • Stopping Jobs – kill
  • Changing Permissions – chmod

Shell Programming


Introduction to Shell

  • Basics of Shell
  • Set and Unset a variable
  • Displaying – using echo
  • Using Expr
  • Using Test
  • Getting input – using read
  • Header file of shell script – using Shabang (#!)
  • Sample Shell script program

Command Substitution

  • Assigning a command to a variable
  • Storing output to a variable
  • Assigning global value – using Export

Command Line Arguments

  • Passing input in runtime.
  • Using input inside a program

Conditional & Looping Statement

  • Using if statement
  • Using if –else statement
  • Using Nested if statement
  • Using ‘While’ Loop
  • Using ‘Until’ Loop
  • Using ‘For’ Loop
  • Using CASE

Functions

  • Creating a function
  • Calling a function in file
  • Calling a function in another file

Advanced Commands

  • SED
  • Replacing values in a file
  • STTY
  • TOP
  • Sending an email – using MAIL
  • HERE

Editors

  • NANO
  • PICO
  • GEDIT
  • Vi Editor

AWK

  • Basics of AWK
  • Displaying values – using awk
  • Using awk in Shell script

Scheduler

  • Scheduling a job – using ‘Crontab’
  • Scheduling a job – using ‘at’
  • Scheduling a job – using ‘nohup’

Advanced Shell Scripting

  • Monitoring a file
  • Extracting data from HTMl/XML file
  • Trapping Signals

Database Connectivity

  • Connecting MYSQL to Shell
  • Running SQL queries from Shell Script
  • Generating a report and storing in a file Shopping cart