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Unix 101

Unix 101 is for students, staff, and faculty looking to learn how to use Linux/Unix-based high-performance computing systems like Purdue's Research Computing resources. This first workshop will take you through the steps of logging into Unix systems, along with an overview of file manipulation and shells. No prerequisite knowledge is expected. Unix 101 is the first workshop in a four part series.

Schedule: The Events page will show the next scheduled session.

Prerequisites:

  • None. Beginners are welcome!

Topics:

  • Overview
  • Files and directories
  • Permissions
  • File Editing
  • Helpful Commands

 

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