- 4 hours
The Introduction to OS/390 UNIX course is intended for OS/390 (MVS) programmers requiring the knowledge and skill to use the UNIX environment on the OS/390 operating system.
OS/390 (MVS) programmers requiring knowledge to use the UNIX environment on the OS/390 operating system.
Knowledge of MVS utilities, JCL, TSO, ISPF, and basic programming skills; prior knowledge of UNIX is not required.
After completing this course, the student will be able to:
- Identify major concepts and key terms in UNIX
- Define the hierarchical file system
- Define the UNIX shell and scripts
- Define the VI Editor
History and Philosophy of the UNIX Operating System
Major Concepts and Key Terms
Hierarchical File System Structure
Implementation on the OS/390 Operating System
Directories, File Types, and Permissions
The UNIX Shell on OS/390
Commonly Used Shell Commands and Examples
Customizing the UNIX Shell
Concept of Shell Scripts
Shell Script Structure and Syntax
Shell Control Structures
Debugging Shell Scripts
Commonly Used UNIX Editor
Functionality of VI
Editing and Saving Files