unix

 

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Unix (officially trademarked as UNIX, sometimes  also written as Unix with small caps) is a computer operating system originally developed in 1969 by a group of AT&T employees at Bell Labs, including Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie, Douglas McIlroy, and Joe Ossanna. Today’s Unix systems are split into various branches, developed over time by AT&T as well as various commercial vendors and non-profit organizations.

Previous year question papers  for the Unix subject

set of question papers  1

set of question papers  2

e-notes for the unix

getting started with unix

the unix architecture and command usage

the file system

basic file attributes

the vi editor

the shell

the process

customizing the environment

more file attributes

simple filters

filters using regular expressions-grep &  sed

awk- an advanced filter

perl-the master manipulatorunix-utils-on-windows_04

 

e-learning : learn unix on your self

here are the power point presentations for all the units

a brief history of unix

introduction to unix os

the file system

basic file attributes

the vi editor session 1

the vi editor session 2

the shell

the process

customizing the environment

more file attributes session 1

more file attributes session 2

simple filters session 1

simple filters session 2

filters using regular expressions-grep & sed session 1

filters using regular expressions-grep & sed session 2

filters using regular expressions-grep & sed session 3

filters using regular expressions-grep & sed session 4

essential shell programming session 1

essential shell programming session 2

essential shell programming session 3

essential shell programming session 4

awk-an advanced filter session 1

awk-an advanced filter session 2

awk-an advanced filter session 3

awk-an advanced filter session 4

awk-an advanced filter session 5

awk-an advanced filter session 6

Advanced unix studies

unix and posix standards

unix and posix APIs

unix processes

Unix lab manual

lab manual for unix

***more posts on all other subject will be made shortly,thank you

unix-process-list

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