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Unformatted text preview: Name: Alyssa Brewer Unity ID: ambrewe2 File Systems & AFS File Systems 1. For each Operating System, w rite in one of the matching file systems (1 pt each): a. Windows: FAT (File Allocation Table) b. Apple: H FS+ (Hierarchal File System plus) c. Linux: EXT3 File System H ierarchy 2. Label the following as root, parent, child, or leaf. Label all that apply (2 pts each). a. A: root, parent b. B: parent, child c. C: parent, child d. D: child, leaf 3. In the above file tree, what is the path name for K? (1 pt) /A/E/K AFS File T ree and Pathnames 4. What are the absolute and relative pathnames for your home directory? (2 pts) Absolute- /afs/unity.ncsu.edu/users/y/ambrewe2/ Relative- ~/ 5. What is the absolute pathname for the E 115 course locker? (2 pts) /afs/eos.ncsu.edu/courses/e/e115/ 6. What is the difference between . and .. ? (2 pts) . is the current working directory .. is the parent to the current working directory Terminal Practice For this section you will need to log into your terminal AS WELL AS w rite the...
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2010 for the course E 115 taught by Professor B.gates during the Fall '08 term at N.C. State.
- Fall '08