EET 208 - UNIX Concepts
A study in the UNIX operating system fundamentals from an platform independent engineering user’s perspective. This course includes weekly hands-on exercises to help teach the students how to use UNIX commands and design programs to meet an engineering specification. The exercises cumulatively build on the skills taught in lecture to teach students how to use small building blocks to solve complex engineering problems. Specific course information that is covered includes the history of UNIX, the file system, basic UNIX commands, security and permissions, multiprocessing, I/O redirection, data manipulation, shell script and awk programming, basic system administration concepts and an overview of TCP/IP networking in UNIX systems.
Prerequisites: EET 118 or EET 119
Credits: 3(Lec: 2 Lab: 3)
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