CIS 190 Introduction to Unix
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Class Information and schedules
Chapter to lab at a glance
Fall 2000 syllabus
Symester assignments at a glance
Class labslab01Class lecture notes and diagrams
lab09 Console Printer Instructions
lab11.list Sample input files for lab11
lab12.input1 Sample input files for lab 12
chapter one - Are You Online Yet - password statistics (text) - password statistics (word) chapter two - Simple Commands chapter three - Meet the Unix File System - inode, directory and file system diagrams chapter four - Creating Your Own Files chapter five - Electronic Mail chapter six - Your Own Personalized Unix chapter seven - Your Own File System chapter eight - Light editing with ed ( Skipped ) chapter nine - Processes and Multitasking - fork and exec before and after - program text and data segments - tee command chapter ten - Printing and Spooling - printer diagrams - sample lpr commands chapter eleven - The vi Family of Editors chapter thirteen - Exploiting the Shell - shell scrips chapter forteen - Dipping in the Toolbox chapter fifteen - grepping, sedding, and a little awking - regular expressions chapter sixteen - Advanced Shell Scripts - more shell scripts chapter seventeen - Reaching Out to Remote ComputersReview for ExamsNote: Availability of the files below subject to change.
Exam 1 - Review for the first midterm
Exam 2 - Review for the second midterm
Final - Review for the Final