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IS 452. Unix Operating Systems Principles

Credits: 3
Department: Information Systems
Description: Analysis and management of commands, processes and network links. Applications management. Decision-support mechanisms and log analysis. Script writing for customizing application streams.
Prerequisites: IS 250
Semester Offered:
  • Fall
  • Spring
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. List the advantages/disadvantages of the Unix operating system.
2. Effectively use the command language from the shell.
3. Manage project developing processes.
4. Analyze a Unix installation and offer improvements in regard to efficiency.
5. Set up and manage users and their associated directory/file structure.
6. Set up the network logic and address on an external interface.
7. Analyze log files and parameters for a decision support system.
8. Use the Unix operating system to optimize execution of application programs.
9. Write scripts to optimize the execution of application streams.






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