Advanced Bash Scripting Training – Shell Scripting on Linux
Advanced Bash Shell Training course focuses on Linux System Administrators who have to take care of entire Linux system. Knowledge of Bash shell Scripting is a must for every Linux Sysadmin so that they can write effective scripts/programs in Bash to automate various day-to-day jobs.
This advanced course on Bash shell scripting is an in-depth coverage of Bash. It starts with basics of shell scripting but immediately jumps to advanced features of Bash that is exploited by many Senior system administrators for managing their Linux Server installations.
- The course will be delivered by our Founder & CTO who is an Expert with 20+ years of experience in Linux Kernel and SAN software development.
- 50% Theory, 50% Lab
- Hands-On – 50+ Lab exercises and Assignments on Linux Bash Scripting and Troubleshooting
- Location: Sanfoundry Institute, Bangalore, India
- Professionals, Freshers and Students who want to learn and Master Linux Environment
- Linux System Administrators, Linux Developers, Linux Testers and Support Personnel
- Professionals moving from Microsoft Windows Power Shell environment to Linux Environment
- Professionals moving from other Unixes (IBM AIX, Oracle Solaris, HP’s HPUX, Mac) to Linux Environment
- RHEL / Ubuntu/ LPIC-1 / LPIC-2 / LPIC-3 Certified Professionals
- Hackers who want to Exploit the System
None. Anybody who want to make a career in Linux should take this course.
Fee, Schedule & Registration
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Advanced Bash Scripting Training Course Outline
Introduction to Variables and Parameter
Exit and Exit Status
Bash Shell Operations
Shell – Beyond Basic
Manipulating Variables in Shell
Bash Shell Loops and Branches
External Filters, Programs and Command
System and Administrative Command
– /etc/rc* directories
Regular Expressions in Bash
– Introduction to Regular Expression
Functions in Bash
/dev and /proc
Network Programming Examples
Zeros and Null for Admins
Useful Shell Programming Tips