Unix

Unix and Gnu/Linux: introduction

Author: Anne-Sophie Mouronval

Content :

  • Unix, GNU/Linux and HPC: why learning Unix?
  • History of Unix and GNU/Linux
  • The free software world
  • GNU/Linux distributions

It is not a technical training on operating systems (compilation of the Linux kernel, etc.) but an introduction to better understand the emergence of Linux and the vocabulary used in this context.

Duration: 1h00-1h30

Presentation (in french)

Unix and Gnu/Linux: beginner level

Author: Anne-Sophie Mouronval

Machine training

Content :

  • Connection to a local machine
  • Command-line interpreter : Shell
  • Understanding and manipulating a file system (tree structure, basic commands, etc.)

Duration: 2h00-2h30

Presentation (in french)

Unix and Gnu/Linux: intermediate level: part 1/2

Author: Anne-Sophie Mouronval

Content :

  • Working on a remote machine (connection, data transfer, etc.)
  • Flow management (redirections, filters, etc.)
  • File comparison
  • Various useful commands

Duration: 2h00

Presentation (in french)

Unix and Gnu/Linux: intermediate level: part 2/2

Author: Anne-Sophie Mouronval

Content :

  • More about file management (symbolic links, search in the tree structure, disk space, etc.)
  • Process management
  • Work environment: shell type, environment variables

Duration: 2h00

Presentation (in french)

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