Bash Scripting, Linux and Shell Programming
Master bash scripting for Linux, Unix and Mac, with this complete masterclass.
The Bash Scripting, Linux and Shell Programming is designed to provide learners with the knowledge and industry skills required to become a successful Shell Script Developer or Linux Engineer. Through practical training, you will learn the principles of shell scripting and bash programming for a variety of operating systems. You will learn how to create complex scripts that take advantage of advanced bash features, automate routine tasks using shell scripts, debug a shell script, and much more.
This course has no particular entry requirements and is suitable for those with some knowledge of the command line. On completion, you will have the expertise to write bash scripts that solve real-world problems, fix scripting errors fast, process command line arguments, and automate repetitive tasks.
The course is delivered through our online learning platform, accessible through any internet-connected device. There are no formal deadlines or teaching schedules, meaning you are free to study the course at your own pace.
You are taught through a combination of
- Video lessons
- Online study materials
Will I receive a certificate of completion?
Upon successful completion, you will qualify for the UK and internationally-recognised CPD accredited certification. You can choose to make your achievement formal by obtaining your PDF Certificate at the cost of £9 and Hard Copy Certificate for £15.
Why study this course
It doesn’t matter if you are an aspiring professional or absolute beginner; this course will enhance your expertise and boost your CV with critical skills and an accredited certification attesting to your knowledge.
The Bash Scripting, Linux and Shell Programming is fully available to anyone, and no previous qualifications are needed to enrol. All One Education needs to know is that you are eager to learn and are over 16.
|Section 01: Introduction|
|Bash vs Shell vs Command Line vs Terminal||00:06:00|
|Section 02: Navigation|
|Listing Folder Contents (ls)||00:05:00|
|Print Current Folder (pwd)||00:01:00|
|Change Folder (cd)||00:03:00|
|Using A Stack To Push Folders (pushd/popd)||00:03:00|
|Check File Type (file)||00:01:00|
|Find File By Name (locate) & Update Locate Database (updatedb)||00:02:00|
|Find A Command (which)||00:02:00|
|Show Command History (history)||00:02:00|
|Section 03: Getting Help|
|Show Manual Descriptions (whatis)||00:01:00|
|Search Manual (apropos)||00:02:00|
|Reference Manuals (man)||00:02:00|
|Section 04: Working With Files/Folders|
|Creating A Folder (mkdir)||00:02:00|
|Creating A File (touch)||00:02:00|
|Copy Files/Folders (cp)||00:02:00|
|Move & Rename Files/Folders (mv)||00:02:00|
|Delete Files/Folders (rm)||00:02:00|
|Delete Empty Folder (rmdir)||00:02:00|
|Change File Permissions (chmod)||00:06:00|
|Section 05: Text Files|
|File Concatenation (cat)||00:03:00|
|File Perusal Filter (more/less)||00:02:00|
|Terminal Based Text Editor (nano)||00:03:00|
|Section 06: Users|
|Run Commands As A Superuser (sudo)||00:03:00|
|Change User (su)||00:03:00|
|Show Effecter User and Group IDs (id)||00:02:00|
|Section 07: Killing Programs & Logging Out|
|Kill A Running Command (ctrl + c)||00:02:00|
|Kill All Processes By A Name (killall)||00:02:00|
|Logging Out Of Bash (exit)||00:01:00|
|Section 08: Shortcuts|
|Tell Bash That There Is No More Input (ctrl + d)||00:02:00|
|Clear The Screen (ctr + l)||00:02:00|
|Zoom In (ctrl + +)||00:02:00|
|Zoom Out (ctrl + -)||00:02:00|
|Moving The Cursor||00:02:00|
|Cutting and Pasting||00:03:00|
|Section 09: Bash|
|Bash File Structure||00:03:00|
|Break & Continue||00:03:00|
|Get User Input||00:02:00|
|Get Arguments From The Command Line||00:04:00|
|Global vs Local Variables||00:03:00|
|Shell & Environment Variables||00:06:00|
|Section 10: Resource|