Oracle Solaris 10 Operating System Essentials/1Z0-876

Oracle Solaris 10 Operating System Essentials Certification Training Course Overview

Oracle Solaris is a Unix-based operating system (OS) that offers various innovative and advanced-level features for overall business growth. These include improved efficiency, increased availability, robust security, and enhanced scalability and performance.

Koenig offers training in Oracle Solaris 10 OS Essentials that acquaints students with the key features and potentials of Sun's Solaris 10 Operating System. It provides a professional glide path for achieving the Sun Certified Solaris Associate certification.

Some of the course contents include using remote commands, archiving files, and directory and file management. The training also imparts the skills related to user work environment management. Students additionally understand the basic command-line capabilities of Solaris Operating System. These include file permissions, command shells, and ACLs - access control lists.

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Oracle Solaris 10 Operating System Essentials (32 Hours) Download Course Contents

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Course Modules

Module 1: Using the Desktop in the Solaris 10 Operating System
  • Describe the hardware components of a computer
  • Describe the Solaris operating system components
  • Describe the SunOS software
  • Log in to the system
  • Use the desktop environment
Module 2: Using Command-Line Features and Online Help Resources
  • Construct and execute commands from the command line
  • Use online documentation
Module 3: Viewing Directories and Files
  • Work with directories
  • Work with files
  • Print files
Module 4: Working with Files and Directories in Solaris
  • Copy files and directories
  • Move and rename files and directories
  • Create files and directories
  • Remove files and directories
  • Use symbolic links
Module 5: Using the vi Editor
  • Describe the fundamentals of the vi editor
  • Modify files by using the vi editor
Module 6: Using Commands Within the Shell
  • Use shell metacharacters
  • Describe the Korn shell variables
  • Display the command history
  • Describe the command-line interpreter
  • Work with user initialization files
  • Redirect commands
Module 7: Using Basic File Permissions
  • View file and directory permissions
  • Determine file or directory access
  • Change the permissions
  • Modify the default permissions
Module 8: Configure Access Control Lists (ACLs)
  • Describe ACLs
  • Configure ACLs using the command line
  • Configure ACLs using the File Manager graphical user interface (GUI)
  • Switch users on a system
Module 9: Searching Files and Directories
  • Search for content in files
  • Search for files and directories
Module 10: Performing Basic Process Control
  • Describe Solaris OS processes
  • View a process
  • Search for a specific process
  • Send a signal to a process
  • Terminate processes with the kill command
Module 11: Advanced Shell Functionality
  • Manage jobs in the Korn shell
  • Describe the Korn shell alias utility
  • Use Korn shell functions
  • Set Korn shell options
Module 12: Reading Shell Scripts
  • Describe shell scripts
  • Run shell scripts
  • Pass values to shell scripts
  • Use the test command
  • Perform conditional commands
Module 13: Creating Archives
  • Archive files
  • Compress and archive files using the jar command
Module 14: Compressing, Viewing, and Uncompressing Files
  • Compress files using the compress command
  • View compressed files using the zcat command
  • Uncompress files using the uncompress command
  • Compress a file with the gzip command
  • View files using the gzcat command
  • Compress and archive multiple files with the zip command
Module 15: Performing Remote Connections and File Transfers
  • Establish a remote login session
  • Copy files or directories to and from another system
  • Transfer files between systems
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Course Prerequisites
  • Use basic computer hardware (monitor, keyboard, and mouse)
  • Input commands and control characters from a keyboard
    • Regular Track: Any candidate with basic knowledge of computer and networking, No prior knowledge of Unix is necessary.
    • Fast Track: Candidate with basic knowledge of Unix.
    • Super Fast Track: Candidate with intermediate knowledge of Unix/Solaris.

Upon Completion of this Course, you will accomplish following:-

  • File compression
  • vi (visual) text editor
  • File system navigation
  • Shell script reading
  • Network use