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Lecture 2: The Filesystem System Administration Decal Spring 2010 Michael Gasidlo
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Last time. . . Commands: cd, ls, pwd, mkdir, rmdir, cp, mv, rm, grep, find, locate Pipes – chain output of one command into input of another. Input/output redirection with > and < Command substitution /dev/null – the ‘bit bucket’, or a file that’s always empty
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Today How are files, programs, and user directories organized in Unix? Types of files- it isn't just “files” and “directories” How do you do “shortcuts” in UNIX like aliases in OSX or shortcuts in Windows?
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A Comparison: Windows User data in “C:\Documents and Settings”, or “C:\Users” on newer versions Core system files and libraries in “C:\Windows” User-added programs in “C:\Program Files”
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A Comparison: OS X User data in “/Users” Core system files in “/System” User-added programs in “/Applications” Configuration data in “/Library” Despite being concise and readable, a descendant of. . .
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2010 for the course CS 161 taught by Professor Wagner during the Spring '10 term at University of Central Arkansas.

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