This lecture covers the shell in great and lengthy detail.
Slides will be uploaded tomorrow…
We will be using the book in lab this week. Please bring it and if you have time, read Appendix A. This link may also be VERY helpfully. http://www.freeos.com/guides/lsst/
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Quiz 3 has been extended to Monday 8 March. The quiz will close at 5PM on Monday. Please make every effort to complete the quiz before it closes, because I cannot extend it again, since quiz #4 will start on Wednesday.
Another quiz will open on Wednesday at noon and close on Thursday. Please take the quiz on blackboard. Work by yourself and let me know immediately when/if you have troubles with the quiz or the blackboard site.
This lecture covers chapter two of the book.
Enhanced podcast format:
Plain mp3 format:
The snow is still coming down and the roads are pretty bad on my end of town, so the Wednesday night lab is cancelled. Check the forums for details
Don’t forget the quiz that opens on Wednesday at noon. It’s the standard 5 question “pick the best answer” style quiz. Remember to email, AIM, or facebook me as soon as you have technical difficulty with Blackboard. I can do nothing for you if you wait until the next lab meeting to tell me you couldn’t take the quiz; I need to know as soon as possible about any trouble with Blackboard.
And now for something completely different: http://www.xkcd.com/705/
Unix family tree: http://www.levenez.com/unix and the Unix design philosophy.
And here are the slides
I’m always fascinated by the flexibility of layered networking models. Here is the physical layer of the OSI model using Bongo drums, while still running a proper network stack with TCP/IP. This rules! http://eagle.auc.ca/~dreid/
Lab is cancelled this week. I’m fighting a sore throat and a chest cold and there’s Strep Throat in my house. So rather than exposing you all let’s do a take home lab this week. Watch the forums for the lab hand-out.