By Paul Andersen
Barely enough UNIX offers a quick and cheap advent to the UNIX working procedure. the second one variation of this article will replicate adjustments and updates to the UNIX curriculum that experience taken position because the book's unique booklet.
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If you have not already done so, you should take a minute to think about a password. 1 Enter the passed command at the shell prompt. Note that this is passed, not password: § passwd(ER The system will prompt for your old password: Old password: 2 Enter your old password, then press not appear on the screen: . As usual, your password will Old password:= 118NM The computer will then ask you to enter your new password: New password: 3 Enter your new password, then press (TN not appear on the screen: ).
To see how this menu works-and to practice using the mouse-try resizing the xterm window: 1 Move the pointer to the window menu button. This button is found at the upper left corner of the xterm window: Click here 2 Click once with the left mouse button. A menu will appear: This is called apull-down menu because you pull it down from the window frame. Underlined letter is a shortcut for this command Move Alt+F7 Sze @ Alt+F8 Minimize Alt+F9 Maximize Alt+Fl0 Lower Close 3 Click once on Maximize with the left mouse button.
The command depends on whether you are using a UNIX system based on AT&T System V or Berkeley (BSD) UNIX: § mailx cuN) § Mail(REuN) The system will respond with a list of the messages. For example, U 1 wards Thu Aug 12 15:27 554/26358 "Class Roster" N 2 aadams Fri Aug 13 8:59 40/1527 "Lunch" N 3 gwc Fri Aug 13 9:47 15/440 "Research Notes" & A U in the first column indicates an unread message left over from the last time you logged in; an N indicates a new message. The messages are numbered (from 1 to 3 in this case).
Just Enough Unix by Paul Andersen