I have an interview for summer internship at Red Hat in 2 weeks. And I don’t really know much about Unix as I am a very casual user. So is there any way I can get a good grounding in Unix within the next ten days? Any resources, books or anything? I don’t even know much about what they would ask.
I would be grateful if I get some help regarding this.
If you have a PC with Linux installed, open a bash window and start using the shell. If you only have Windows, install Cygwin and start playing with the shell. There are loads of sites with introductory information – one of these I thought was pretty good was:
You can grab a copy of virtualbox and download the CentOS ISO and install it on there to play around with it on a virtual machine. They probably won’t expect you to know everything right off the bat because if they did, they would have interviewed you on all of that to see if you have knowledge of it. It’s not too hard to learn though. Good luck!