Computer Science II
Computer Science II CS 163
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Date Created: 09/26/15
Linux Midterm Study Guide 1 For your Linux midterm you will be asked to perform a series of tasks from the command line 39You will have 40 minutes to complete the exercise 39You will be allowed to use notes and any online sources you can nd However you won t have time to look more than one or two things up If you need to refer to these notes often then you are not prepared enough 39The tasks will assume you are familiar with the following tools and utilities Cd mkdir passwd rm mv man less vi java javac bg ln grep cat pwd and cp 39You should also know how to do the following 0 O Compile and run a Java program from the command line even if some of the parts are in other directories Redirect the input and output of a process tofrom a file Pipe info from one process to another eg ls l grep Run a process in the background eg runMe amp Use wildcard symbols to identify several files for copying compiling deleting etc Send les to the printer in the EOS lab Use the les and Understand the difference between absolute and relative paths Answer any questions from the Common Utilities EOS Tutorial Answer any wildcardrelated questions from the Filesystem Basics EOS Tutorial Answer any questions from the Job Control EOS Tutorial Know what hidden les are and how to see them
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