UNIX Fundamentals: Shell Scripting Basics
Individuals and companies who want to get a thorough grounding in UNIX principles and operation.
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Developed in 1969 by AT&T at Bell Labs, UNIX has evolved to become a popular operating system used by individuals, companies, and organizations for diverse personal and commercial applications. Commercial UNIX systems include Oracle Solaris, IBM AIX and HP-UX, and the success of UNIX variants like Linux, Mac OSX and Android operating systems have helped UNIX become one of the most popular OSes in the world today.
The UNIX shell is a powerful, command-line interface that allows users to create scripts to control the inner workings of UNIX. This course is an overview that introduces the learner to the basics of shell scripting in UNIX, including a discussion on how shell scripts work, and choosing the right UNIX shell. This course will also introduce the creation of executables, redirection, substitution and patterns, and the use of UNIX commands in a script.
UNIX Shell Scripts
Using UNIX Shell Commands