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Unformatted text preview: CS3214 Fall 2011 Exercise 1 Due: Tuesday, Aug 30, 2011. 11:59pm (no extensions). 1. Using Unix It is crucial that everybody become productive using a Unix command line, even if the computer you are using daily is a Windows machine. Please do the following exercises, then answer the questions below. Make sure your personal machine has a ssh client and an X11 server installed. On Linux, these programs are usually installed by default; Windows or Mac OSX users may have to install them. The Cygwin/X package for Windows provides both ssh clients and an X11 server. Set your machine up for public key authentication when logging on to rlogin.cs.vt.edu. Use ssh-keygen to create a key. Find out what ssh -Y does. Test that you can run X11 client applications, such as xterm, such that they execute on a machine that is part of our rlogin.cs.vt.edu cluster and use your computer as their display. For instance, xclock &amp; should open a clock on your computer if set up correctly....
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This note was uploaded on 12/31/2011 for the course CS 3214 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Virginia Tech.
- Fall '11