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==January 16, 2017 from 10am to 12pm, B107 Van Vleck==
 
==January 16, 2017 from 10am to 12pm, B107 Van Vleck==
  
1.  Connecting to a linux machine via ssh.
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#.  Connecting to a linux machine via ssh.
2.. Using SCP to move items from your machine to the server
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#.. Using SCP to move items from your machine to the server
3.  Creating directories
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#.  Creating directories
4.  Moving around your home directory
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#.  Moving around your home directory
 
* pwd
 
* pwd
5.  Moving items in your home directory (2 methods)
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#.  Moving items in your home directory (2 methods)
 
* relative
 
* relative
 
* absolute
 
* absolute
6.  Listing items in your home directory
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#.  Listing items in your home directory
 
*  Listing with command line options.
 
*  Listing with command line options.
8.  Permissions
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#.  Permissions
9.  Touch command.
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#.  Touch command.
10.  Man command
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#.  Man command
11.  Printing items in your home directory to a printer via command line
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#.  Printing items in your home directory to a printer via command line
12.  using lpq to see items in the print queue
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#.  using lpq to see items in the print queue
13.  using lprm to remove items in the print queue.
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#.  using lprm to remove items in the print queue.
14.  editing a file using nano
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#.  editing a file using nano
15.  more about file editors.
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#.  more about file editors.

Revision as of 11:08, 19 December 2016

January 16, 2017 from 10am to 12pm, B107 Van Vleck

  1. . Connecting to a linux machine via ssh.
  2. .. Using SCP to move items from your machine to the server
  3. . Creating directories
  4. . Moving around your home directory
  • pwd
  1. . Moving items in your home directory (2 methods)
  • relative
  • absolute
  1. . Listing items in your home directory
  • Listing with command line options.
  1. . Permissions
  2. . Touch command.
  3. . Man command
  4. . Printing items in your home directory to a printer via command line
  5. . using lpq to see items in the print queue
  6. . using lprm to remove items in the print queue.
  7. . editing a file using nano
  8. . more about file editors.