assignment2 - Provide one set of results for the...

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CS 3375 Section 001 Assignment 2 Students work in teams of two to four members (no individual or larger submissions). The assignment is due on Friday Sept. 26, 2008 (before midnight). Submit the assignment as an e-mail attachment to Abhishek and cc Dr. Cooper Note. Do not zip the submission file; just attach your file to the e-mail Only submit one e-mail per team. Please include names and netids of all team members on the title page. Late penalty is 10% per day or part of a day. Continue on with the work started in Assignment 1 and Tutorial 2 by creating 8 subdirectories, each with 8 files in it to exercise all the file permission combinations. Notes. The permissions for the directories and files are defined in the additional notes for chapter 2 You need to work on the subdirectories and files set up by your peer (like in Tutorial 2).
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Unformatted text preview: Provide one set of results for the submission. 1. What group are you in? What group is your peer in? How did you find this out? 2. For each subdirectory, report your experimental results in a table like the following (8 subdirectories, all 8 files): testdir1 Which permission bits apply? Explain. Permission setting on the directory: ______________________ From the “mydirectory”: Can you cd to the testdir1 directory? Yes no Can you list the contents of the testdir1 directory? Yes no testfile1.htm : permissions for “other”: _____________ list the file view the contents of the file Modify the contents of the file Delete the file Yes no Yes no Yes no Yes no Comments: // continue on… 3. Provide the commands to launch, edit (add text, copy/paste text, delete text), save, and exit the pico, emacs, and vi editors....
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2009 for the course CS 3375 taught by Professor Kendracooper during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson.

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