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Linux Workshop , Day 3

  1. 1. LINUX WORKSHOP 20th - 25th January IIT Kanpur Abhishek Srivastava (http://nitabhi.wordpress.com) YEINDIA (www.yeindia.org)
  2. 2. Introduction to vi
  3. 3. vi text editor : Two Modes of VI Insert Mode Command Mode Simple VI Commands a,i ,o – enter into insert mode A,I,O – enter into insert mode(different from above) h,j,k,l – cursor movement u – undo or redo the last change Dw, d$, 3dd – for deletion of word or line p or P – for pasting w – write wq – write and quite q! – quite without making changes
  4. 4. LINUX SHELL The Linux shell refers to a special program that allows you to interact with it by entering certain commands from the keyboard; the shell will execute the commands and display its output on the monitor.(That is standard output device) Different types of SHELL bash GNU Bourne-Again Shell ksh Kourne Shell sh Simple shell (command interpreter) BASH : Bash is a free software Unix shell written for the GNU Project. Its name is an acronym which stands for Bourne-again shell.
  5. 5. Searching for a file : locate – find files by name Find – search for files in a directory hierarchy Note : Difference between both is that , locate finds files using locate database (if it exists) and therefor it is much faster. Whereas find search for a file or directory in present working directory. Usage : locate [options] pattern find ~ -iname file.txt find ~ -name file.txt Note : -maxdepth (optional argument for find command)
  6. 6. Printing a matching pattern : grep It print lines matching a pattern. Syntax : grep [Options] PATTERN [FILE..] Example : grep capacity: /proc/acpi/battery/C245/info Optional Parameters : -i , -w , -c , -n
  7. 7. SSH (OpenSSH SSH client) <ul><li>Used to connect remotely(remote login) to a computer.
  8. 8. Provide secure encrypted communications between two untrusted hosts over an insecure network. </li></ul>Syntax : ssh username@server [-p port] Additional Arguments : -4 Forces ssh to use IPv4 addresses only. -6 Forces ssh to use IPv6 addresses only. Note : ssh exits with the exit status of the remote command or with 255 if an error occurred.
  9. 9. SCP (secure copy (remote file copy program)) <ul><li>Copies files between hosts on a network.
  10. 10. It uses ssh for data transfer, and uses the same authentication and provides the same security as ssh. </li></ul>Syntax : scp user1@server1:filepath1 user2@server2:filepath2 Additional Arguments : -4 Forces ssh to use IPv4 addresses only. -6 Forces ssh to use IPv6 addresses only. -C Compression enable Note : The scp utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs.
  11. 11. Process and Handling Processes in LINUX A process is a program in execution. It consists of the executing program code, a set of resources such as open files, internal kernel data, an address space, one or more threads of execution and a data section containing global variables. ps – show information about a selection of the active processes. Shows information of PID , TTY , TIME , CMD PID : process ID TTY : terminal TIME : time to complete the command CMD : command executed
  12. 12. Examples of ps command (optional arguments): ps -ag To get information about all running process. ps aux To display the owner of the processes along with the processes. ps ax | grep process_name pstree – Display a tree of all processes running. top – T o see currently running processes and other information like memory and CPU usage with real time updates. Note : To exit from top command press q.
  13. 13. Kill – Cancels a job.(Sends a signal to a process) Syntax : kill [-s] %pid -s Specify the signal to send Examples : kill -9 pid
  14. 14. Introduction to GUI <ul><li>Desktop Environments </li><ul><li>Gnome/KDE </li></ul><li>Text Editors </li><ul><li>Gedit </li></ul><li>Shell </li><ul><li>Terminal </li></ul><li>Changing System Properties </li><ul><li>Basic Properties (Display,Appearance,Default Applications)
  15. 15. Proxy Settings </li></ul><li>Installing/Un installing any packages </li><ul><li>UBUNTU Package manager </li></ul></ul>
  16. 16. Software Installations
  17. 17. Using Package Manager System --> Administration --> Package Manager Note : Software Sources, are the servers from where package manager searches for the package we are going to install. Using Source Code
  18. 18. Different Utilities SYNAPTIC MANAGER – Graphical management of software packages Command : synaptic aptitude – High-level interface to the package manager Command : aptitude apt-get – Package handling utility Command : apt-get dpkg – Install debian/ubuntu binary packages (.deb) Command : dpkg
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