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Introduction to Unix Lectures

Introduction to Unix Lectures

The goals of this note are to enable students to log in to their UNIX accounts from any type of computer and have a basic understanding of the commands and utilities. Topics covered includes: Unix OS Introduction, Unix Editors, Unix Files and Directories, Unix Directories, Unix Number Sytstems, chmod command, Unix Wildcards, Unix Processes, Unix Redirection, Unix shell programming, Additional Commands, Unix Makefiles, unix Advanced Commands, Unix Command breifly, The Makefile.

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