lab1 - CS6823 - NEWORK SECURITY - LAB 1 Intro to Linux...

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Intro to Linux Objective To complete most the assignments in this course you need some basic understanding of the Linux operating system. Some of you might already be experts in Linux. For those who are not familiar with Linux please use this week as much as you can to master some fundamental concepts. If you are an expert in these areas treat this assignment as a warm up session. 1.0 Introduction to Linux In this section you will learn about basic Linux operation, commands, their function and proper usage. 1. What is the first process a typical Linux kernel starts? 2. Explore and report your Linux box’s startup procedure in detail. You should read and explain what each startup script does and what executable files they execute. 3. Find a file in the Linux box assign to you in ISIS that contains the string Hello CS6823 and report the command you used to find this file. 4. Write a shell script to execute all executable files in the current directory and capture their output to the file “out.lab1”
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