Secure shell clients ssh from unixlinux and windows

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Unformatted text preview: erlaying! –  Interpolating! –  Rescaling! •  Methods of remotely logging in to a networked multiuser computing server:! •  Secure shell clients (ssh) from UNIX/Linux and Windows computers;! •  Accessing the physics undergraduate Linux computing cluster.! Phys 258, 2013.04.08! A. Warburton ! 4 ! Course Summary and Closing Remarks (III)! •  Introduction to the Linux/UNIX operating system:! •  Basic file structure and navigation concepts;! •  Fundamental set of commands for navigating the file system and examining text files;! •  Hidden Files, and Directory and File manipulation.! •  Concept of a text editor:! •  Emphasis on interchangeability of text editors based on user preferences and the needs of the editing task;! •  Use of the simple-to-use nano/pico editor;! •  Discussion of editors with automatic context-sensitive formatting! •  Remote window management! •  Running Linux programs in the Background (&)! Phys 258, 2013.04.08! A. Warburton ! 5 ! Course Summary and Closing Remarks (IV)! •  Introduction to LaTeX! •  Basic steps to creating a LaTeX document (similar to how computer program code was written later in the course)! •  Basic components of a LaTeX source file! •  Math mode for physics formula formatting! •  Document format conversions! •  Document styles! •  Tables, captions, labels, and lists! •  Anatomy of a modern experimental research paper and its principal components. ! Phys 258, 2013.04.08! A. Warburton ! 6 ! Course Summary and Closing Remarks (V)! Introduction to C Programming:! •  Why C? Universality, cross-platform abilities, scientific popularity;! •  Basic steps to writing computer code:! –  –...
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