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A beginners guide to the Unix and Linux operating system. Eight simple tutorials which cover the basics of UNIX / Linux commands.Tutorial include:Introduction to the UNIX Operating System* What is UNIX? * Files and processes * The Directory Structure * Starting an UNIX terminalTutorial One * Listing...
A beginners guide to the Unix and Linux operating system. Eight simple tutorials which cover the basics of UNIX / Linux commands.
Introduction to the UNIX Operating System
* What is UNIX? * Files and processes * The Directory Structure * Starting an UNIX terminal
Tutorial One * Listing files and directories * Making Directories * Changing to a different Directory * The directories . and .. * Pathnames * More about home directories and pathnames
Tutorial Two * Copying Files * Moving Files * Removing Files and directories * Displaying the contents of a file on the screen * Searching the contents of a file
Tutorial Three * Redirection * Redirecting the Output * Redirecting the Input * Pipes
Tutorial Four * Wildcards * Filename Conventions * Getting Help
Tutorial Five * File system security (access rights) * Changing access rights * Processes and Jobs * Listing suspended and background processes * Killing a process
Tutorial Six * Other Useful UNIX commands
Tutorial Seven * Compiling UNIX software packages * Download source code * Extracting source code * Configuring and creating the Makefile * Building the package * Running the software * Stripping unnecessary code
Tutorial Eight * UNIX variables * Environment variables * Shell variables * Using and setting variables