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Introduction to UNIX and Linux Lecture One - Exercise

Introduction to UNIX and Linux Lecture One - Exercise

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Introduction to UNIX:Exercise Sheet One
Log on a Linux machine or connect to one from a Windows machine (e.g. click on the Exceed icon and then use putty to connect to the server
kiwi
. Enter yourlogin (user name) and password at relevant prompts.
1.
Enter these commands at the UNIX prompt, and try to interpret the output. Ask questions and don't be afraid to experiment (as a normal user you cannot domuch harm):
2.
echo hello worldpasswddatehostnamearchuname -admesg | more
(you may need to press
q
to quit)
uptimewho am iwhoidlastfingerwtop
(you may need to press
q
to quit)
echo $SHELLecho {con,pre}{sent,fer}{s,ed}man "automatic door"man ls
(you may need to press
q
to quit)
man who
(you may need to press
q
to quit)
who can tell me why i got divorcedlostclearcal 2000cal 9 1752
(do you notice anything unusual?)
bc -l
(type
quit
or press Ctrl-d to quit)
echo 5+4 | bc -lyes please
(you may need to press Ctrl-c to quit)
time sleep 5history
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