Linux Training in Hyderabad

Linux training


About Our Linux Course: A Linux-based system is a modular Unix-like operating system. It derives much of its basic design from principles established in Unix during the 1970s and 1980s. Such a system uses a monolithic kernel, the Linux kernel, which handles process control, networking, and peripheral and file system access.


To learn linux course, You have little knowledge about Operating System and its functionalities. A basic understanding on various computer concepts.


  • Unix Training Content
  • Introduction to UNIX/LINUX
  • History of UNIX/LINUX
  • Features and Benefits of UNIX/LINUX
  • Different flavors of UNIX/LINUX
  • Difference between UNIX, DOS, Windows and LINUX
  • Architecture of UNIX
  • UNIX File System Architecture
  • Boot Block
  • Super Block
  • Inode Block
  • Data Block

File System of UNIX

  • Ordinary Files
  • Directory Files
  • Device Files
  • The Structure of UNIX File system
  • Different UNIX Commands
  • pwd, who, whoami
  • exit, date, cal, exit, banner
  • Links
  • Hard Link
  • Soft link or Symbolic Link
  • Unlink
  • Complex Filters
  • tr, comm., tee, sed, nl
  • Working with Files
  • cat, touch, rm
  • cp, mv, ln, wc
  • Working with Directories
  • mkdir, cd, rmdir, rm
  • Displaying Files
  • ls, ls with options
  • Simple Filters
  • pg, more, less, head, tail, paste, cut, sort
  • Zip Files
  • gzip, gunzip, zcat, compress
  • Uncompress, pack, unpack and Pcat
  • Printing Files
  • lp, cancel
  • Finding Files
  • find, locate etc.,

Input and Output Redirection

  • Redirecting Output
  • Redirecting Input
  • Standard error
  • Shell Meta Characters
  • File substitution
  • I/O redirection
  • Process Execution
  • Quoting meta characters
  • Positional parameters
  • Special Parameters
  • More Filters
  • grep, grep with options
  • fgrep, egrep
  • Regular Expressions and Patterns
  • What is Pattern?
  • Usage of regular expression
  • Different types of patterns
  • How C programs are useful for solving problems in UNIX
  • UNIX Commands
  • Uniq
  • Diff
  • cmp
  • Backup Utilities
  • tar, cpio
  • Piping
  • Usage of piping
  • Piping with filters
  • File Permissions
  • chmod, chown, chgrp, umask
  • Communication Commands
  • write, wall, mail, mail with options
  • Networking commands
  • telnet, ftp, rlogin, finger, etc..
  • Disk Utilities
  • df, du, mount, unmount
  • Job Control
  • Foreground jobs
  • Background jobs
  • Killing jobs
  • Nohup
  • Prcoess Status
  • Ps
  • Kill
  • Pkill
  • Job scheduling
  • At
  • Crontab
  • Batch
  • ed, ex and vi editors
  • Command mode
  • Insert mode
  • Ex command mode
  • Shell Scripting
  • What is shell scripting?
  • Importance of shell scripting
  • Different types of shells
  • Creating Shell script
  • Making shell script executable
  • Shell Input and Output
  • echo, print, read
  • Backslash character constants aliases and History concept variables
  • What is a variable?
  • System defined variables
  • Environment Variables
  • User defined variables
  • Constant variables
  • Local and Global variables
  • Special Variables
  • Comments


  • Arithmetic Operators
  • Relational Operators
  • Relational ASCII operators
  • Logical Operators
  • Assignment Operators
  • Flow Control Structure
  • If, if….else
  • If… elif
  • Case
  • Looping
  • while, until, for, break, continue
  • Formatted I/O
  • Namespaces in UNIX
  • Introduction to Message Queues
  • Introduction to Different Types of System Calls
  • Programming Aspects of Berkeley Sockets & Reserved Ports
  • UNIX Domain Protocol
  • Socket Addresses


Since we started our LINUX Training institute, we focused mainly on imparting quality training. Our goal is to deliver Practical Oriented Quality Education with real-time projects.

We offer specialized skill-based practical programs in LINUX. Our LINUX courses are designed for students, working professionals and entrepreneurs to learn and implement the concepts in the real world scenarios.

Learn LINUX from anywhere, anytime. With our online training courses, we are delivering training to students across the globe. This mode of training is suitable for students and working professionals to save time and cost-effective.


What types of jobs require Linux skills? The top 15 job titles on that mention Linux in their postings are:

  • DevOps Engineer
  • Software Engineer
  • Java Developer
  • Systems Engineer
  • Systems Administrator
  • Senior Software Engineer
  • Network Engineer
  • Python Developer
  • Linux Systems Administrator
  • Software Developer
  • System Administrator
  • Linux Administrator
  • Linux Engineer
  • Senior Java Developer
  • C++ Developer


  1. A highly experienced trainer will teach you as per your understanding level
  2. One-One training customized for each student
  3. Regular assignments with doubts clarification
  4. Online Classes saves your time and can attend from anywhere, anytime
  5. Low cost compared to any other institute or online university or correspondence course.
  6. Free Demo session before you joins the Course.
  7. Handouts, Exercises, and Assignments on each and every topic.
  8. Backup Classes, Revision Classes, Videos & Projects.
  9. You can connect to our alumni portal.
  10. 100% Placement Assistance Guaranteed.