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7395814 Unix Shell ProgrammingMCA34

7395814 Unix Shell ProgrammingMCA34

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 Overview of UNIX Operating System, basic features of Unix operatingSystem, File Structure, CPU Scheduling, Memory Management, FileSystem Implementation of Operating System Functions in UNIX.
Starting Of Unix and Text Manipulation and user-to-user communication
User Names and Groups, Logging In, Format of Unix Commands, Changing your  password, Unix Documentation, Files and Directories, File permission, Basic Operationon Files, Changing Permission Modes, Standard files, ProcessesInspecting Files, Operating On Files, Printing Files, Rearranging Files,Sorting Files, Splitting Files, Translating Characters, On line communication, Off linecommunication.
General characteristics, Adding text and Navigation, changing text,searching for text, copying and Moving text, Features of Ex, Line EditorsEx and Ed, Stream editor SED, changing several files in SED, AWK.
Shell Programming
Programming in the Bourne and C-Shell, Wild Cards, Simple Shell program, variables, Programming Construct, Interactive Shell scripts,Advanced Features, Unix Compiler, Maintaining program
System Administration
Define system Administration, Booting the system, Maintaining User Accounts, File System, and special files, Backup and Restoration
 Text Book:Unix Concept and application- SumitabhadasReferences:Unix Shell Programming-Yashwant Kanetkar Unix Programming Environment- RobPikeUnix in a Nutshell- Donill Gily
Unix introduction1.2 History of Unix
1.2.1 The Connection between Unix and C 1.2.2 Why Use Unix?1.3 Components of UNIX operating system
1.4 Basic Characteristics of Unix1.5 Unix File structures1.5.1 Unix Command Format1.5.2 Listing Files with ls1.5.3 File Types, Permissions, and Modes1.5.4 Changing permissions with chmod1.5.5 Manipulating files with cp and mv1.5.5.1 cp command1.5.5.2 mv command1.5.5.3 Viewing Files1.6 Directories and the Unix File System1.6.1 What are Directories?1.6.2 Current and Home Directories1.6.3 Naming Unix Files and Directories1.6.3.1 Absolute Naming1.6.3.2 Relative Naming1.6.3.3 Shortcuts for File Naming1.6.3.4 File Naming Limitations1.6.3.5 File Name Extensions1.6.4 More About Listing Directories1.6.5 Moving Around the File System1.6.6 Creating and Removing Directories1.7 Standard Filesystem Layout1.7.1 Using MetaCharacters for File Matching

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