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Unformatted text preview: ow to install and configure twm (Tab window manager) by modifying the configuration file system.twmrc in the /etc/X11/twm directory. Know how to install and configure mwm (motif window manager) by editing the .mwmrc file in the home directory. Get the source file from /usr/lib/X11/system.mwmrc. Know how to install and configure lwm (LessTif mwm window manager) by modifying the .mwmrc resource file in the home directory, and the Mwm file under the LessTif directory. Know how to install and configure CDE (the Common Desktop Environment). Know how CDE differs from other windows manager (X Display manager - xdm.) Know how to install and configure KDE (the K Desktop Environment) using rpm. Know about other X11 Window managers - Enlightenment, mlvwm, wm2 Know how to change terminal settings of xterm, nxterm, and rxvt terminal. Select proper font settings using Ctrl-RightClick and the xfontsel command. Know how to use the X11 command line options (X Toolkit) to set geometry settings, foreground, background color, mouse and cursor modes, etc. Red Hat Certified Engineer (RH302) Linux Shells and Commands / Utilities Determine which shell the user has been assigned - look at the contents of /etc/passwd file. Linux Shell Comparison Table Shell Name Ash Author Kenneth Almquist Binary ash Bourne Bash (Bourne Again) Korn Brian Fox/Chet Ramey Eric Gisin bash ksh 24 Built-in command 48 Command 10 line options 12 sh C-shell T-shell Zsh William Joy Paul (plus 47 others) Falstad csh tcsh zsh 42 53 84 20 18 50 Default Prompt $ $ % % Home Startup File $HOME/.profile $HOME/.bashrc $HOME/Profile $HOME/.cshrc $HOME/.tcshrc or .chsrc Note default Linux shell Korn shell is a commercial Unix shell. In Linux, pdksh shell is named ksh. ne of the largest Linux shells Understand what is an environment variable and where the configuration text file is located on your shell (example, for bash shell, is in /etc/profile). Specify the list of different environment variables by using printenv command. Understand #PATH variable. Know how...
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