ICT374 Lab 1: Introduction to the Lab EnvironmentLearning Objectives:1.Understand how the operating systems in the lab machines are set up and deployed, including roles of the image server and the two SSDs on each local machine.2.Learn to deploy the required and start the OS.3.Learn to update the OS images on the local machine.4.Learn to use Linux terminal5.Understand the file hierarchy and the concepts of current directory and home directory and associated commands such as cd, pwd6.Learn to use basic Unix commands for file handling: cp, mv, mkdirand rm7.Learn to use the command manto view the manual pages of Unix commands.8.For internal students to become familiar with the lab setup9.For external students to become familiar with use of Linux server cetoRequired Reading:LINUX: Rute User's Tutorial and Exposition(or just Rutefor short): Chapter 4: Basic Commands.Access to Software:Internal students will use the lab machines on Murdoch Campus (ECL2.039 and ECL2.044). You must also bring a USB drive with you to the lab to for copying your work from the lab machine. This is necessary as you cannot retain your work on the lab machine.For external students, if you have already installed Linux, then use your own Linux installation. If you have not yet installed your own Linux, you may use our Linux server (ceto.murdoch.edu.au) temporarily until you have installed the Linux on your machine. More information on how to install Linux is available from Download Page of this website.
Lab Setup in ECL2.039 and ECL2.044Each lab machine in ECL2.039 and ECL2.044 is equiped with two SSD drives. The first drive stores the OS images for various units and unit coordinators. To deploy a specific OS on the machine, you need to copy that