CSCE 215: Unix/Linux FUndamentals
This course introduces the fundamentals of UNIX/Linux with emphasis on using the command-line interface and shell. The topics covered in the course are:
Navigating the File System using the Shell
The VIM Text Editor
Command Line Arguments and Options
STDIO Redirection and Pipes
Wildcards and Regular Expressions
Shell Scripting and Makefiles
Permissions, Processes, and Jobs
In this lecture, we discuss the course's structure and some historical and background information about computing, operating systems, and UNIX/Linux.
This lecture teaches students the fundamental shell commands found in most UNIX/Linux systems including cd, ls, mv, rm, etc. We also briefly cover the file system hierarchy.