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A Crash Course in UNIX A Gentle Introduction for Those Who Have Never Used a Command Line
 

Summary: A Crash Course in UNIX
A Gentle Introduction for Those Who Have Never Used a Command Line
Logging in using SSH.
See Jesse's presentation:
http://www.stat.uga.edu/computing/xserver.html
X Windows commands (via Xming): xterm, xclock, xcalc,
xemacs, matlab, ...
See Jesse's presentation as well as a little of mine in the pages
below.
man ; man -kcommand keyword
This command gives you access to the manual pages. If there is a
command that you need to know how to use, the man pages will tell you
more than you want to know.
Directories in the UNIX environment are the same as folders on a PC.
pwd
Often, the command line will contain information about what directory
you're currently in. If you need to know what directory you're in and there
is no obvious clue, then use this command, which is short for rintp
w dorking irectory.
ls; ls -al

  

Source: Arnold, Jonathan - Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center & Department of Genetics, University of Georgia

 

Collections: Biotechnology