Linux Shell Scripting
Learn effective methods to create and use Linux shell scripts and utilities. Shell scripts are the key to becoming a productive Linux system administrator. During this course you will write simple programs that demonstrate your ability to write shell scripts.
Prerequisites: Have working knowledge of UNIX or Linux, including the use of the vi/vim editor, manipulating files and directories, basic variables, piping and redirection, and the find and grep commands.
How to write shell scripts, Variables in shell, shell Arithmetic
Redirection of Standard output/input, pipes and filters
Structured Language Constructs and decision making in shell script
If…else…fi, nested ifs, for loop, case Statement
Advanced Shell Scripting and functions
sed utility – Editing file without using editor
Learning expressions with ex
Getting started with awk – arithmetic and variables in awk
Shell Scripts Logic Development:
User interface and Functions in shell script
Shell scripts for System Administration
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