Learn how to log in to Unix from the command line.
- [Tutor] In this movie, we'll talk about what it means … to log into Unix and begin to learn to use the command line. … When I launch the terminal application … it opened a window that has a prompt in it, … waiting for me to type commands. … Your window may look different than mine. … It is configurable. … I can go to the terminal preferences … to change the way that mine looks. … In the preferences, I can set the background, … the text size, the color and more. … Old Unix systems were usually green … or yellow text on a black background. … And I still prefer that. … I think it's easier on the eyes and easier to read. … The window has a prompt right here. … That's that cursor waiting … for me to give it some kind of input. … The text of your prompt will be different than mine. … It's configurable and different versions … of Unix have different default settings. … Yours may be showing your username, the current directory … or the date and time or something else. … We're going to learn to configure the text …
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Introduction to Unix
2. Files and Directories
3. Ownership and Permissions
4. Commands and Processes
5. Directing Input and Output
6. Configure Your Working Environment
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