UNIX Community Page
Useful information and tips on UNIX and Linux.
Introduction to UNIX - comprises a suite of interconnected training materials for UNIX/Linux focussing on the Command Line Interface (CLI)
online element covering how to use UNIX, finding help, files, directories and some basic commands
a half-day face-to-face, hands-on, course covering ssh, file permissions, shells, processes and system admin
UNIX and its Commands
UNIX for FORTRAN Programmers (1990 so maybe dated)
UNIX in a Nutshell (for those who've grasped the principles)
Trying out UNIX and Linux
- All UoM staff and PGR can now use the EPS Desktop Linux by going along to one of the following clusters
- Alan Turing G105
- Chemistry G51
- George Begg B7
Pariser B30 & B41
- Sackville A19A
- Williamson 2.145
A virtual machine, for use with VirtualBox etc (running on any operating system) with example files, that accompanies the online UNIX course will follow during Summer 2012.
Accessing UNIX/Linux from Windows
Putty and associated tools, for MS Windows users connecting to remote UNIX & Linux machines:
- Use a virtual machine
- Dual boot your PC!