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Unix is a family of multitasking, multiuser computer operating systems that derive from the original AT&T.
Unix is most widely used in all forms of computing systems such as desktop, laptop, and servers.

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Mode Of Examination

Online Examination

Number Of Question: 100 (1 Marks Each)

Total Time: 120 Min

Syllabus

The Unix Architecture & General Purpose Utilities:

Unix introduction, commands and general purpose commands.

The File System:

Files categories, pwd and cd commands for file handling, is command for listing directory contents, absolute and relative pathnames.

Handling Ordinary Files:

Cat command, cp command, rm and mv command for deleting and renaming files, comparing files, wc command for counting file data, compressing and archiving files.

Basic File Attributes:

Listing file and directory attributes, file ownership and permissions.

The Vi Editor:

Vi basics and modes, vi input mode, vi ex mode, vi editor navigation, vi editor editing text, commands for searching, replacing and substituting in vi editor.

The Shell:

Shell basics, pattern matching, escaping and quoting, redirection and pipes, command substitution and shell variables.

The Process:

Process basics, process status, process handling commands and process management.

Customizing the Environment & More File Attributes:

Shell variables, shell offerings, advanced file handling commands and find command.

Simple Filters:

Filtering commands, sort command, unique and tr commands.

Filters using Regular Expressions:

Grep and sed commands.

Essential Shell Programming:

Shell programming using read command and command line arguments, logical operators and conditional execution, using test and [ ] to evaluate expressions, case and expr commands, administrator specific commands and privileges.

Awk – An Advanced Filter & Perl -The Master Manipulator:

Awk command operations and perl a general purpose tool.

Advanced Vi:

Operator command combinations, customizing vi editor, handling multiple files and buffers.

System Programming I – Files:

System calls basics and file handling system calls.

System Programming II – Process Control & Unix System Performance:

Process control basics, process control system calls, performance components and tools.

Course Currilcum

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