Linux/Unix shell scripting, Python and Perl Course Overview

Linux/Unix shell scripting, Python and Perl Course Overview

The Linux/Unix shell scripting, Python, and Perl course is a comprehensive educational journey that empowers learners with a robust understanding of scripting and programming within Unix-like operating systems. This course is designed for those looking to gain proficiency in automating tasks, managing system operations, and developing advanced scripts for various applications.

Starting with Module 1, students will dive into the fundamentals of the UNIX operating system, including its file system, kernel, shell, and process management. They will learn essential file handling commands, permissions, and the use of text editors like vi.

In Module 2, the focus shifts to shell environments, scripting basics, system administration commands, and text processing utilities such as grep and sed. Students will also become familiar with regular expressions, data compression, and file transfer protocols.

Moving to Module 3, learners are introduced to advanced scripting with awk, network automation, and debugging techniques. The course also provides an entry point into Perl and Python scripting, which broadens the scope of a student's automation skills.

By obtaining a linux shell scripting certification through this course, participants will be well-equipped to streamline their tasks, enhance their system management capabilities, and become valuable assets in the field of IT and system administration.

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Course Prerequisites

To successfully undertake the Linux/Unix Shell Scripting, Python, and Perl course offered by Koenig Solutions, students should have the following minimum required prerequisites:


  • Basic understanding of operating systems concepts.
  • Familiarity with any text editor, such as Notepad or TextEdit, for writing scripts and code.
  • Knowledge of how to navigate through file directories in a command-line interface.
  • Some experience with executing basic commands in a Linux/Unix environment.
  • A willingness to learn and problem-solve using command-line tools and scripts.
  • Basic understanding of programming concepts (variables, loops, and functions) is helpful but not mandatory.

Please note that these prerequisites are aimed at ensuring you have a foundation upon which to build your skills in this course. No prior experience in shell scripting, Python, or Perl is required, as the course is designed to introduce these topics to beginners.


Target Audience for Linux/Unix shell scripting, Python and Perl

  1. This course offers comprehensive training in UNIX/Linux scripting, covering shell scripts, automation, and basics of Perl and Python programming.


  2. Target Audience and Job Roles:


  • System Administrators and IT Infrastructure Managers
  • Developers who need to automate tasks in a UNIX/Linux environment
  • Network Engineers looking to automate device configurations
  • Data Analysts and Database Administrators requiring scripting skills for data manipulation
  • Technical Support Specialists interested in improving their troubleshooting through scripting
  • DevOps Engineers focusing on automation and deployment scripts
  • Security Professionals needing to automate security checks and tasks
  • Software Engineers who want to understand scripting for better integration with UNIX/Linux systems
  • Aspiring programmers and computer science students who wish to gain a foundational understanding of scripting languages
  • IT professionals looking to upskill or transition into roles requiring UNIX/Linux proficiency
  • Research Scientists and Academics who need scripting tools for computational tasks


Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Linux/Unix shell scripting, Python and Perl?

Introduction to Learning Outcomes:

This comprehensive course provides practical knowledge and skills in UNIX/Linux shell scripting, and an introduction to Perl and Python programming, equipping students with command-line proficiency and automation techniques.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Gain a foundational understanding of the UNIX Operating System, its components, and the Unix File System.
  • Develop the ability to execute Unix file-related general commands and manage file access permissions effectively.
  • Learn about process management, and the utilization of pipes and redirection to streamline command-line tasks.
  • Master text editing in Unix using the vi editor and understand the use of filter commands.
  • Understand the UNIX Shell environment and write basic shell scripts with conditional logic for task automation.
  • Explore system administration commands such as du, df, free, top, init, and hostname to monitor and manage system resources.
  • Acquire knowledge of regular expressions and the grep family of commands for pattern matching and data processing.
  • Learn to manage data using compression and archiving commands and understand the basics of file transfer protocols.
  • Get introduced to sed and awk for advanced text processing, and learn to automate tasks in a network environment.
  • Begin scripting with Perl and Python to extend automation capabilities and apply scripting knowledge to practical scenarios.