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Operating Systems (continued)
Unix/Linux History
Unix Principles
GNU Project / FSF
GPL- GNU General Public License
GPL- GNU General Public License-2
Linux Origins
Why Linux
Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Installing Red Hat Linux
Hard disk partitioning
Hard disk partitioning-2
Hard disk partitioning-3
Hard disk partitioning-4
Hard disk partitioning-5
Hard disk partitioning-6
Hard disk partitioning-7
Installing VMWare and using a virtual machine to install Linux
Accept the license terms
Choose desired features and installation path
Disable AutoRun
Disable each auto-run type in XP
Ready to install!
This may take a while
Enter one of the serial number you applied for in the step above
Connect to the new VMWare instance
Check settings
Select a directory on a drive with plenty of free space
Create a new virtual machine
Choose Linux
Give it a name
Using NAT is easiest
8 GB is plenty
VMWare will now create a new space for the Virtual Machine
New Guest OS setup complete
Confirm NAT is selected
Ready to install OS
Installation Mode
Specifying the Installation Type
Specifying the Installation Type (continued)
Hard Disk Partitioning
Configuring the Boot Loader
Configuring the Network and Firewall
Choosing a System Language and Time Zone
Choosing a System Language and Time Zone (continued)
Creating the Root User
Creating the Root User (continued)
Selecting Packages
Installing Packages
Completing the Firstboot Wizard
Installing Linux: Installation Methods
Local Login
Linux Graphical Environments
Shells, Terminals, and the Kernel
Changing Your Password
Shutting Down the Linux System
The Filesystem Hierarchy Standard
Linux File Hierarchy Concepts
Listing Directory Contents
The Home Directory
Absolute pathnames
Relative pathnames
Changing Directory
File names
Copying Files and Directories: The Destination
Removing and Creating Files
Creating and Removing Directories
Determining File Content
Viewing an Entire Text File
Variable and String
Command and Math
Overview of vi and vim
Starting of vi and vim
Three Modes of vi and vim
Cursor Movement Insert mode
Command mode
Undoing Changes
Searching for Text
Changing Your Identity
The Linux Security Model
Linux File Security
Linux Process Security
Examining Permissions
Using Categories
Examining Directories
Examining User Permissions
Examining group Permissions
Examining Other Permissions
Setting Special Permissions (continued)
SUID Permissions(example)
Files sytsems
Files sytsems(continued)
cp and inode
mv and inode
rm and inode
Linking Files
Symbolic (or Soft) links
find command
Finding and processing Files
Archiving Tools
Inspecting Archives
Extracting an Archive
Compressing archives
tar with Compression
tar to Unformatted Floppies
Standard Input and Output
Redirecting Input and Output
Redirecting Output
Redirecting Standard Output
Redirecting Both Standard Output and Error
Redirecting Input
Using pipes To connect processes
String Processing Tools
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22649807 Linux Lecture Sem1

22649807 Linux Lecture Sem1

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