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UNIX Fundamentals
51434S I.00

Student guide
1 of 2

UNIX Fundamentals
51434S I.00

Student guide
1 of 2
Use of this material to deliver training without prior written permission from HP is prohibited.

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Contents

Contents
Overview Course Description .......................................................................................................................... 1 Student Performance Objectives ................................................................................................... 1 Student Profile and Prerequisites .................................................................................................. 7 Reference Documentation .............................................................................................................. 7 Module 1 — Introduction to UNIX 1–1. SLIDE: What Is an Operating System? .......................................................................... 1-2 1–2. SLIDE: History of the UNIX Operating System............................................................. 1-4 1–3. TEXT PAGE: History of the UNIX Operating System .................................................. 1-6 1–4. SLIDE: Features of...
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