Unix is a family of multi-user computer operating systems that facilitate multitasking derived from the original Unix started in 1969. It is a multi-user operating system that allows more than one individual to use computer resources simultaneously, facilitating the time-sharing system by serving several users simultaneously.
This Unix test measures candidates’ ability and proficiency to work with different concepts of Unix like directory management, commands, package managers, and file permissions.
These individuals will assist your organization in managing Unix to provide a time-sharing system for several individuals simultaneously.
- Unix – Directory management
- Package Managers
- File Permissions
- System Engineers
- Junior System Administrators
- Senior System Administrators
- Unix Operating System Administrators
- Unix System Engineers
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