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CS 35L Software Construction Laboratory (Lab1-B) Wed, Sept 28, 2011 FAQ: How can I install Linux into my own laptop? Two opitions: 1) Ask Linux working group for help 2) Use VirtualBox (http://piazza.com/class#fall2011/cs35l/4) How should I prepare lab1.log? "record each action in a file lab1.log" Such actions include: linux command you typed in CLI commands in man pages You can also literally descripe what you did to figure out the answer, as long as someone else who reads your log file can reproduce the answer. Linux file ownership: Files and directories are owned by a user Files and directories are assigned a group Linux file attributes (10 bits): First bit: file type - normal file d directory l denotes a symbolic link the rest 9 bits: "Three groups of three" first what the owner can do second what the group members can do third what other users can do The triplet: first r: readable. second w: writable. third
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course CS35L 187105201 taught by Professor Pope during the Spring '10 term at UCLA.

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