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RHEL Lab 13 Linux Network Clients

Goal: Practice using a variety of tools to transfer files between your system and a remote system. System Setup: A working, installed Red Hat Enterprise Linux system with an unprivileged user account named student with a password of student. Lab SetupĀ : Instructor should set up one of the student machines as an ftp server and [...]

By |2015-11-28T13:16:06+00:00January 1st, 2015|Linux and Unix, Linux/Unix Basics|0 Comments

Lab 10 Process Control

Sequence 1: Job Control [student@stationX ~]$ su - Begin some jobs in the background: [root@stationX ~]# tail -n0 -f /var/log/messages & [root@stationX ~]# updatedb & [root@stationX ~]# service syslog restart [root@stationX ~]# jobs [root@stationX ~]# kill %1 [root@stationX ~]# jobs Next, start an instance of vim [root@stationX ~]# vim While in vim, press Ctrl-z to [...]

By |2015-01-01T01:46:47+00:00January 1st, 2015|Linux and Unix, Linux/Unix Basics|0 Comments

Lab 9 Understanding the Configuration Tools

Sequence 1: Configuring the Network with system-config-network Select System-> Administration-> Network. Click New, highlight Ethernet Connection, and click Forward. Highlight the device associated with eth0 and click Forward. Enter 192.168.50.X where X is your station number in the Address field. Enter 255.255.255.0 in the Subnet Mask field. Leave the Gateway field blank. Click Forward, then [...]

By |2015-01-01T01:45:10+00:00January 1st, 2015|Linux and Unix, Linux/Unix Basics|0 Comments

Lab 8 Using vi Editor

Sequence 1: Navigating with vi Log in as user student [student@stationX ~]$ cp /etc/passwd ~ [student@stationX ~]$ vim ~/passwd First, try moving around using such as the arrows, PgUp, PgDn. They should all work as expected. Note, however, that on older systems they might not. moving from word to word with the w and b [...]

By |2015-01-01T01:43:48+00:00January 1st, 2015|Linux and Unix, Linux/Unix Basics|0 Comments

Lab 5 Exploring the Bash Shell

Sequence 1: Directory and file organization Log in as user student with the password student. [student@stationX ~]$ pwd /home/student [student@stationX ~]$ touch {report,memo,graph}_{sep,oct,nov,dec}_{a,b,c}_{1,2,3} Use the ls command to examine the results of the last command. You should find that it created 108 new, empty files [student@stationX ~]$ mkdir a_reports [student@stationX ~]$ mkdir september october november [...]

By |2015-01-01T01:39:45+00:00January 1st, 2015|Linux and Unix, Linux/Unix Basics|0 Comments
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