|Course Name:||Operating Systems for Programmers - UNIX|
|Offered Date:||Fall - 2017 | Other versions|
Unix is stable, mature, multi-purpose operating system with a reputation for efficiently storing and rapidly delivering Internet content, as well as serving as an effective and efficient development platform for programmers, web designers, graphic artists and document publishers. This course introduces Unix to students majoring in computer programming. Student learn to work in a Unix graphical environment using both Unix and Linux servers. Students also learn to configure their login account, manipulate data stored in files, effectively une Unix commands and utilities, and write basic shell scripts.
|Credit Status:||1 credit (3 units)
Required for BSD - Bachelor of Technology (Software Development)
|Mode of Instruction:||Modes: In-class lecture, in-class exercises, and hands-on activity
Hours per week: 4
Room configurations: Classroom (2 hours), and computer lab (2 hours)
Typical scheduling pattern: Fall and Winter terms
1) customize a Unix login account using environment variables, configuration files and startup scripts
2) maintain Unix directories and files
3) manage Unix jobs and processes
4) use Unix pipes and file redirection
5) work in both graphical and text-based environments
6) manipulate data with proper use of Unix filters
7) automate a sequence of operations by writing a shell script
8) use Unix networking facilities to connect to remote systems, transfer files between systems and send email
9) apply Unix security tools to ensure Unix directories and files are protected from unauthorized users
10) explain the role of an operating system
11) explain the Unix philosophy
12) use on-line documentation, research and experimentation to discover how new Unix commands function
Practical Guide to Linux Commands, Editors and Shell Programming, 2nd edition
By Mark Sobell
Published by Prentice Hall
To obtain a credit in this subject, a student must:
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