intro_1 - Getting Started CS61A, Spring 2008 The terminal...

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Getting Started CS61A, Spring 2008 The terminal and changing your password To login, type your login (cs61a-xx) and password. Your password will be invisible even though you are typing it in. When you first login, you'll be asked to enter some information. You should see the following: Registration for course cs61a (if that's the wrong course, please use Control-C and correct your settings first.) Please enter an email address : Fill in all the information they request. Make sure to give an email that you'll read. If you make a mistake entering any of this information, you can use re-register to try again. Once that's finished, you should see a spot that looks like this: h50 [1] ~ > That box is called the terminal, and what you see is the terminal prompt. You can type commands at the terminal prompt, and it will do what you say. The first thing you want to do is change your password. So, at the prompt, type ssh update and hit enter. You'll see something like this: h50 [1] ~ > ssh update The authenticity of host 'update (128.32.42.154)' can't be established. RSA key fingerprint is 32:f6:c1:00:72:5c:ea:47:6b:a8:c8:4c:f5:45:0d:1a.
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This note was uploaded on 08/07/2010 for the course COMPUTER S 61A taught by Professor Harvey during the Spring '06 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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