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Unix/Linux basics a) Scenario Suppose you work in IT dept. of GE. Today a new colleague named Jenifer Lopez joined the company. As a mechanical engineer, she is good at design and structural analysis of airplane engine parts. The problem is that the design/simulation software (Unigraphics) is running under Unix/Linux in GE, but she used to work with Windows and knows nothing about Unix/Linux. She needs your help on some basic operations in Unix/Linux (such as logging into Unix system, print files, create folders, copy/move files, etc.). b) Login and Logout Action Unix/Linux command Notes connect to Unix system telnet granite.sru.edu Use ssh for secure connection. More details later. Change password passwd When you change your password, the password will not be displayed as you type it. You should select a password of at least 6 characters that includes at least one uppercase letter, lowercase letter, digit and punctuation symbol. Do not use you user name, name, SSN, phone number, or other readily guessed characters.
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  • Spring '07
  • LisaFrye
  • Unix/Linux command telnet, –P printer-name filename, cat/more/less filename cp, destination-filename rm filenames

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