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Linux Bash Shell Scripting: A Practical way of Learning
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Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 90 lectures (9h 18m) | Size: 2.56 GB

If else statement & if.


Practical approach to learn and explore the shell scripting with various industrial projects

Overview about various shells in Unix Based Operating Systems

Introduction of Shell Programming

Bash Shell Startup Scripts

Shebang

Debug a script

The Shell Variables & Environment

Bash, Environmental & System Variables

set, env & export command

Quoting and their types

Perfog Arithmetic Operations

Create an integer & constants Variable

Wildcard & Path name expansions

Industrial Project to Completely Automate the Pre-validation report

Conditional Statements (Decision Making)

.elif..else..fi statement

Logical AND &&, OR !!

test command & exit status of a command

Numeric, String & File Attributes Comparison

Positional parameters via special shell variable $1, $2, $3,...,$N

Bash Loops - for loop statement

for loop using C like Syntax, passing arguments, nested loop

Chessboard using nested loop statement

While loop statement

Case statement

Create a simple menu driven program or automation tool Using Case Statement

Shell Redirection & Process Management

Input Output Redirection in Linux

file descriptor (fd) to file

Foreground & background Process

Defining functions

Nested functions

Writing functions, Calling functions

Local & global variables

Passing arguments into a function

Return statement

Practice Lab Sessions

About AWK

Pattern matching in AWK

Pre & post processing in AWK

User defined variables in AWK

PC or Laptop with internet Connection

Learning is important but most important is how to explore it. This course is designed in such a way that you can learn as well as explore the entire course module with various industrial projects.

Practical approach to learn and explore the shell scripting with various industrial projects

Course Content

Introduction of Shell Programming

What is Bash Shell?

Types of Shell available in Linux

About Shell Scripting

Bash Shell Startup Scripts

User's Home Directory - .bash_profile, .bashrc & .bash_logout

Shebang

Create a simple Shell Script

Setting up permissions on a script

Debug a Script

The Shell Variables & Environment

Bash Variables

Environmental Variables

System Variables

Assign values to shell variables

Customize the bash shell environments

set, env & export command

Rules for naming variable name

Simple Script using echo command

Quoting

There are three Type of quoting

The double quote (")

The single quote (')

The Backslash (\)

User's Input via Keyboard

Read Command

IFS

Practice Lab Session

Arithmetic Operations

Perfog Arithmetic Operations

Create an integer Variable

Create the Constants Variable

Path name expansion

Wildcards
  • , ?, [..] etc

    Create & use aliases

    Practice Lab Sessions

    Industrial Project to Completely Automate the Pre-validation report

    A Shell Script to collect required information from a server

    The Bash Color

    Writing Color Text

    Various Color Codes for Foreground & Background Text

    Lab Session on Bash Color

    Script to fetch the system information i.e system_details

    Schedule the script via cron

    Final Script to fetch the environment report on a single click

    Lab Session

    Conditional Statements (Decision Making)

    Overview of conditional execution

    What is Condition?

    Boolean value (True & False)

    If else statement

    Lab Session on if..else..

    if..elif..else..fi statement

    test command

    Logical AND &&

    Logical OR !!

    The exit status of a command

    Numeric Comparison

    String Comparison

    File Attributes Comparison

    Shell Command line parameters

    Positional parameters via special shell variable $1, $2, $3,...,$N.

    Practice Lab Session

    Bash Loops

    Overview of loop statement

    for loop statement

    Lab on for loop

    for loop using C like Syntax

    for loop using command line arguments

    Nested for loop statement

    Chessboard using nested loop statement

    While loop statement

    Lab Session - read a text file line-by-line or using IFS

    infinite while loop

    case statement

    Lab session on case statement

    Create a simple menu driven program or automation tool Using Case Statement

    Industrial Project

    Discussed various scripts using for or while loop

    Shell Redirection & Process Management

    Input Output Redirection in Linux

    Lab Session on redirection

    Pipelines in Linux

    tee command

    file descriptor (fd) to file for output

    file descriptor (fd) to file for input

    file descriptor (fd) for reading & writing

    Practice Lab Session

    Overview of a Process

    Foreground & background Process

    Various Stats of a process

    Lab Session

    Functions

    Defining functions

    Displaying functions

    Nested functions

    Lab Session - writing functions

    Calling functions

    Local & global variables

    Passing arguments into a function

    return statement

    Practice Lab Sessions

    AWK

    Introduction Awk

    Pattern matching

    User defined variables in awk

    Awk pre-processing

    Awk post-processing

    Practice Lab Session

    SED Stream Editor

    Introduction

    Replacing or substituting string.

    Replacing the nth occurrence of a pattern in a line

    Replacing all the occurrence of the pattern in a line

    Chag the slash (/) delimiter

    Using & as the matched string

    Duplicating the replaced line with /p flag

    Replacing string on a specific line number

    Replacing string on a range of lines

    Replace on a lines which matches a pattern

    Deleting lines

    Add a line after a match

    Add a line before a match

    Last Lecture

    IT professionals across a broad range of disciplines who need to perform essesntial administration tasks and automation.

    Graduate Students and also for those who are looking for a job in Automation using Shell Scripting in Linux & wants to get hands-on practical experience on Automation & build up a base on Shell Scripting..



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