ULI 110 Week01

ULI 110 Week01 - ULI101 Week 01 Week Overview Course...

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ULI101 Week 01
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Week Overview Course introduction Obtaining your Seneca accounts Changing passwords The Matrix server The role of an operating system *nix overview Open source philosophy Linux GUI The terminal window Secure communication with the Matrix server
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Welcome to ULI101! The Internet has become part of our daily lives. Although we use it every day, few of us have a real understanding of the underlying technologies This course introduces you to the Linux/Unix operating system and network technology that underlies much of the Internet, as well as the language used to create web pages .
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Important Information The website for this course is: https://cs.senecac.on.ca/~fac/uli101/ — it contains weekly slides, assignment details, and other important information for the course. Please make certain that you read through the course outline, which states what this course will cover, how you will be evaluated, and the course policies relating to late assignments or missed tests.
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Important Information Your professor will give you additional details which may override or supplement the information on the course website (for example, your section’s test and assignment dates may vary). Topics such as course introduction , evaluation policies , student conduct , and where to obtain notes/resources are usually discussed in the first class.
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Definition - Operating Systems A computer can’t do anything useful without a program — a program is defined as data and a list of instructions to follow. An operating system (OS) is a collection of programs which manage and control the basic operation of the computer, including: Allocating resources (memory, disk space, network bandwidth, access to devices) Managing files Starting, stopping, and controlling other programs Enforcing basic system security
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Evolution – Unix OS Unix is an operating system originally developed at Bell Labs starting in 1969. Unix is: a portable, interactive, multitasking, multiuser operating system. written in a language that can be used on different types of computers (the C language) interactive – i.e. users can use the computer directly, and immediately see the results of their actions a multitasking environment - the operating system creates the illusion of performing multiple tasks at the same time by rapidly switching between them
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ULI 110 Week01 - ULI101 Week 01 Week Overview Course...

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