Introduction to UNIX/Linux

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Introduction to UNIX/Linux

An introduction to UNIX operating system with specific reference to UNIX commands, the UNIX file structure, editors, and shell programming. Includes an introduction to system administration and security.

*Prerequisites: Computer Concepts and Applications or instructor approval.


Please call 918-595-7200 or email if you're interested in enrolling into this course.

Introduction to UNIX/Linux
Fee: $342

Aug. 21 - Dec. 17, 2017




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