hp Tru64 UNIX v5 utilities and commands u3631s course overview This 5 day UNIX utilities and commands is an entry-level course designed to provide training for users who require the fundamental skills needed to become productive using a UNIX operating system, including hp Tru64 UNIX. audience The concepts presented in this course are suitable for users of any UNIX environment. benefits to you This course shows students how to use multiple interfaces, and provides the needed practice to prepare for the hp Tru64 UNIX v5 administration, integration & support certification exam.
pre-requisites None. course objectives " Upon successful completion of this course, you should be able to: " Log in and out " Invoke desktop applications " Set up your workspace " Manage files and directories " Use shell commands " Use an editor on the system " Use redirection, filters, piping, and awk " Manage software processes " Communicate with other users " Transfer files and execute commands across TCP/IP networks " Print files and manage your print jobs " Write files to, and extract files from tapes " Write basic Korn shell scripts next steps " hp Tru64 UNIX v5 System Administration u3632s to order You can order this ... more. less.
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