BCS 315: Advanced UNIX

This course further develops the knowledge of computer operating systems using UNIX.  It will augment the knowledge gained in BCS 215.  Topics to be covered include an in-depth examination of the design of the UNIX system, using advanced text processing utilities, advanced Shell programming and an introduction to the setup and administration of UNIX networks. Credits: 3.00


BCS 215 with a grade of C or better.


  • Nemeth, Snyder, Hein, Whaley, Morreale, McClain, Jachim, Schweikert, & Oetiker - UNIX and Linux System Administration Handbook, Fourth Edition Prentice Hall -ISBN - 10013148005-7, 139780131480056

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