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CSCI 345 - Introduction to Unix

This course introduces students to the usage and administration of the UNIX Operating System. The course will emphasize end-user tools and commands for basic file manipulation, editing, compilation and debugging, as well as special features of the UNIX shell environment. Basic system administration will also be covered. Students will learn through a combination of traditional lectures, hands-on laboratory sessions, and individual assignments.

Prerequisites:
CSCI 112 or BMIS 212 with a minimum grade of “C”

Credits: 3



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