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Solaris Fundamentals
Detailed Course Outline

 Overview of the UNIX Operating System

  • UNIX features and benefits

  • UNIX history and evolution

  • UNIX standardization

  • The structure of UNIX

Establishing Communication

  • Starting a UNIX session

  • Using the CDE and Gnome  (windows)

  • Using basic UNIX commands

  • Understanding the UNIX command syntax

  • Using the UNIX "help" facility: manual pages

Introduction to the Filing System

  • Examining UNIX files and directories

  • Moving through the file system

  • Using full and partial paths

  • Understanding the current and parent directories

File Management

  • Creating directories

  • Copying files and directories

  • Moving and renaming files and directories

  • Removing files and directories

  • Using shell metacharacters

UNIX Permissions

  • Understanding permissions

  • File permissions

  • Directory permissions

  • Change permissions with symbolic mode

  • Change permissions with absolute (octal) mode

  • Determine and set the umask value

Redirection Filters and Pipes

  • Exploring standard input, standard output, and standard error

  • Using filters

  • Using pipes

Using the vi Editor

  • Use various vi modes

  • Invoke vi

  • Employ input, positioning, and editing commands

  • Use advanced editing options

  • Create and save a file

Introduction to shell scripts

  • Creating simple shell scripts

  • Choosing a Shells

  • UNIX Shells and Variables

  • Understanding the UNIX shells

  • Displaying the default variables

  • Creating/Removing user variables

  • stty to set terminal types (backspace, etc.)

The  Korn-shell and BASH User Environments

  • .exrc and .profile files

  • Modifying the PATH

The  C-shell and T-shell User Environments

  • .cshrc and .login files

  • Modifying the PATH

Using Aliases and Functions

  • Introducing the alias concept

  • Using functions

  • Making your aliases and functions permanent

  • Removing aliases and functions

Command Editing and Command History

  • Enabling command editing using "fc"

  • Using history to recall commands

  • Saving your command history to a file

System Status and Command Information

  • Determining your system and user status

  • Determining command locations

Multitasking Capabilities

  • Introduction to multitasking

  • Managing jobs and background processes

  • Using the process table to manage processes

  • Introducing delayed and detached jobs

  • Display system processes

  • Use processes and process identifiers (PIDs)

  • Identify parent and child processes

  • Terminate processes using the kill command

  • Use the pgrep and pkill commands

Advanced File Management

  • Creating links

  • Using "find" to locate files

  • Using "grep" to search file contents

  • Introducing the "egrep" command

  • Processing files with "awk", "tr", and "sed"

Command line database processing

  • Using awk to display file contents

  • Formatting files with the tr command

  • Using sed to edit file contents

  • Scripting your database reporting

  • Editing the contents of a text file from the command line

  • Send the results of command-line editing to standard output

  • Use regular expression metacharacters to delete lines, add text to lines, or change characters with sed commands

  • Use awk to scan text files or standard input to display specific data, change data format, and add text to existing data

Archiving User Data

  • Managing file space

  • Archiving files and directories

  • Compressing files

  • Use the tar utility to store files

  • Backup files with the tar and compress commands

  • Use the jar command

  • Use compression tools to save storage space

Printing

  • lp, lpstat, cancel

Shell Scripts

  • Writing and Running Shell Scripts

  • Command Substitution

  • Shell Variables and Variable Substitution

  • Shell Environment Variables

  • Comments

  • Getting User Input – Read

  • The for Loop and if Statement

  • Exit Status or Return Code

  • The test Command

  • The case Statement

  • Simple Conditionals

  • The set Command

  • Arithmetic with shell variables

Remote Connections

  • Connect remotely using telnet

  • Remotely access a system using rlogin

  • Transfer files with ftp