Application and system programmers new to the HP-UX Operating System.
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Operating System Fundamentals
- HP-UX Concepts and Basics
- HP-UX Files (manipulating and printing files, directories)
- Shell Basics (history, alias, environment variables)
- Using the Korn/Bourne/C Shell
- HP-UX Processes (
kill commands, process scheduling)
- An Introduction to Korn/Bourne/C Shell Programming
- HP-UX Data Tools (
- The HP-UX Programming Environment
- Source Code Librarians (SCCS and RCS)
- Using TCP/IP
- Using the Graphical User Interface
- Real Time Programming Concepts
Students are invited to bring their current ideas and questions to the
classroom for discussion. Lecture, group problem
solving, and online laboratories will be used. Students will be
encouraged to enhance their skills utilizing the techniques presented
through classroom problem solving and controlled online workshops.
- Use commands to manipulate files (including using the editor),
- Navigate through the file system,
- Manage processes,
- Customize his or her environment, and
- Use the traditional UNIX program development tools, as well as some of
the new tools provided by various UNIX vendors.
While C language examples are used throughout, this is not a programming
course and little or no C programming experience is required.
Some general understanding of programming concepts is helpful,
but not essential.
Selection based on customer preference.