Updated: 2017-12-20 12:37 EST

1 Readings, Assignments, Labs, Tests, and ToDoIndexup to index

1.1 Read (at least) these things (All The Words)Indexup to index

  1. Week 11 Notes HTML – this file – Read All The Words
  2. Basic Shell Scripts – lists of commands, executable scripts, script header, command arguments and positional parameters, $0, $1, $*, $@, $#, shift
  3. Shell command substitution – interpolate stdout into a command line using $(...) or `...`
  4. Shell integer arithmetic – integer arithmetic using expr, let and $((...))
  5. Command exit status – variable $?
  6. Shell Script Debugging – using options -v and -x
  7. List of Commands You Should Know – this file contains all the command names used in this course
    • This file is now complete. You know how to use all the commands.
  8. Video Tutorials on Lynda.com – tagged by week number
  9. Linux and Sysadmin News in the World

1.2 Assignments and lab work this weekIndexup to index

Check the due date for each assignment and put a reminder in your agenda, calendar, and digital assistant. Just like in the Real World, not all due dates are on the same days or at the same times.

1.3 Upcoming tests and examsIndexup to index

This course has two midterm tests (10%, 15%) and one final exam (40%).

Bring your favourite marker to your test

Bring your favourite marker to your test

1.3.1 The Final Exam – January 8 or 9 2018 – 40%Indexup to index

The Final Exam is 110 minutes long and contains approximately 110 multiple-choice questions similar to those found in the three preceding Practice Tests and Answers. Do all three practice tests before the Final Exam!

  • Time: in your scheduled two-hour lecture class (not in your lab period) on Monday (Sections 010 and 030) or Tuesday (Section 020) in Week 13 (January 8 or 9 2018).
  • 110 minutes (less than two hours) for 110 questions
  • Do all three practice tests before the Final Exam!
  • General seating; sit anywhere.
  • Almost Two Hours! Take a bathroom break before you start the exam!

All three practice tests are now posted under Practice Tests and Answers. The Final Exam is comprehensive of the whole course; you need to know how to do all three practice tests for the Final Exam.

There is now a third quiz available to prepare for the Final Exam. The Final Exam is comprehensive of the whole course; you need to know how to do all three quiz sets for the Final Exam.

2 Notes from the ClassroomIndexup to index

2.1 Commands UsedIndexup to index

3 Your own web pageIndexup to index

View all the Fall 17F class images

4 TutoringIndexup to index

Many students find that hiring a personal tutor helps them get through the first term. Financial assistance is available. See the Tutoring heading in the Course Introduction.

5 Attacks on the CLSIndexup to index

You are not paranoid if they really are out to get you! See the Week 03 Notes HTML for command pipelines to count the SSH attacks on the CLS.

Take Notes in Class

Take Notes in Class

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