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POS 433 Entire Course

POS 433 Week 1 UNIX® and Linux® Comparison Matrix
Instructions
Assignment Preparation: Activities include completing the SkillSoft course, independent student reading, and research.
• Complete the "Choosing UNIX Shells" module in the SkillSoft course, "UNIX Fundamentals: Shell Scripting Basics."

Assignment: Complete the University of Phoenix Material: UNIX® and Linux® Comparison Matrix located on the student website.

UNIX® and Linux® Comparison Matrix

Directions: Choose three different versions of the UNIX® or Linux® operating systems to compare. Insert the three chosen versions and fill out the requested information in the Components column.

UNIX® or Linux® operating system version:

Components Your response
Role of shell
Three features and roles of each feature
Comments on security
Comments on administration
Comments on networking
Comments on performance
Comments on programmability
Other

UNIX® or Linux® operating system version:

Components Your response
Role of shell
Three features and roles of each feature
Comments on security
Comments on administration
Comments on networking
Comments on performance
Comments on programmability
Other

UNIX® or Linux® operating system version:

Components Your response
Role of shell
Three features and roles of each feature
Comments on security
Comments on administration
Comments on networking
Comments on performance
Comments on programmability
Other

POS 433 Week 2 Learning Team: UNIX®, Linux®, and Windows Server® Critique and Presentation Preparation Part I
Instructions
Develop a plan for completing the Week Five Learning Team assignment.
Submit the plan to the instructor.
Determine what research is needed to complete the written critique and presentation due in Week Five.
Assign at least one research component to each team member.

POS 433 Week 2 File Processing Commands Worksheet
Instructions
Assignment Preparation: Activities include completing the SkillSoft course, independent student reading, and research.
• Complete the "navigate a filesystem, create a file, set permissions, create and delete files, and assign ownership and permissions" modules in the SkillSoft course, "Working with UNIX Files and Directories."
Assignment: Complete the University of Phoenix Material: File Processing Commands Worksheet located on the student website.

File Processing Commands Worksheet

• What UID and PID have the highest amount of physical memory a process has used and is not swapped out? Show all processes and full output.
• If using a long listing and no process modifiers, what is the swap space amount for the bash command?
• When using top command, what command would you use to kill a process?
• If you were not using top command, what command would you use to kill a process?
• What command would you use to manually mount the standard CD-ROM device /dev/db1 at /media/disk?
• What command would you use to display the amount of available disk space on /dev/db1 in a human readable form?
• Type in the command grep - - help to access the help manual. Using this information and the information from the text, how would you write a command to find the pattern 111 in a file called myfile.txt?

POS 433 Week 2 Linux® Directory Log
Instructions
Assignment Preparation: Activities include completing the SkillSoft course above, independent student reading, and research.
Assignment: Complete the University of Phoenix Material: Linux® Directory Log located on the student website.
Linux® Directory Log

To:
From:
Date:

Directions: As you complete each of the following steps, keep track of what occurs at each point, including what you type, the output given, and if you experience any errors. Record the occurrences in the following matrix.

1. Open a terminal.

2. Create a new group called mygroup. Hint: /usr/sbin/groupadd.

3. Create a new folder and name it your first name.

4. Get a directory listing of the home folder using the long listing format.

5. Modify the permissions on your new folder to set read, write, and execute permissions for the user and group.

6. Get a directory listing of the new folder using the long listing and human readable format. (ls –lh)

7. Use Gedit or VI to create two files (myfile1.txt and myfile2.txt) and save them in the new folder. Add a paragraph of your own liking to each file.

8. Get a regular format directory listing of the new folder.

9. Change the ownership of myfile1.txt so the owner is mygroup and the group is mygroup.

10. Get a directory listing of the new folder using the long listing and human readable format.

11. Change the permissions on myfile2.txt using the following: user:read and write, group:read and write, and owner: read, write, and execute. Set the sticky bit. Use Octal s to set these.

12. Get a directory listing of the new folder using the long listing and human readable format.

POS 433 Week 3 Learning Team: UNIX®, Linux®, and Windows Server® Critique and Presentation Preparation Part II
Instructions
Review the results from the Learning Team to ensure that all elements of the assignment have been fully researched.
Complete and submit the outline of the final Learning Team paper.
Begin developing the rough draft of the critique due in Week Five.

POS 433 Week 3 Linux® Script Worksheet
Instructions
Assignment Preparation: Activities include completing the SkillSoft course, independent student reading, and research.
• Complete the SkillSoft course, "UNIX Fundamentals: Shell Scripting Basics" (ID:lu_unix_a02_it_enus)
Assignment: Complete the University of Phoenix Material: Linux® Script Worksheet located on the student website.

Linux® Script Worksheet

To:
From:
Date:

Before beginning the Linux® Script Worksheet, update the PATH variable to add your folder from last week. You will find how to do this on p. 134 of Linux® Command Line and Shell Scripting Bible.

Linux® Script 1
Requirements
In the same folder as last week, create a new file titled week3prog1[name].scr.

Change the permissions on this new file to add the execute bit for user, group, and owner.

Edit your new file using Gedit or VI and change it so it performs the following actions:

• Display the date.
• Display the words Hello World.
• Display information about users that are currently logged in.

Note. Remember to include #!/bin/bash as the first line of your script.

Save the file and type your file name to execute.
Source Programs

Output Results



Linux® Script 2
Requirements
In the same folder as last week, create a new file called week3prog2[name].scr.

Change the permissions on this new file to add the execute bit for user, group, and owner.

Edit your new file using Gedit or VI and change it so it performs the following actions:

• Using a line after #!/bin/bash, take the output of the ps –e command and pipe it to the sort command.
• After it has been piped to the sort command, redirect that output to a file called psfile.

Note. Remember to include #!/bin/bash as the first line of your script.
Source Programs

Output Results


Linux® Script 3
Requirements
In the same folder as last week, create a new file called week3prog3[name].scr.

Change the permissions on this new file to add the execute bit for user, group, and owner.

Create two files.

• File1 has one line with the value of 5.
• File2 has one line with the value of 100.

Edit your new file using Gedit or VI and change it so it performs the following actions:

• Read the values from the two files above (file1 and file2).
• Divide the value from file2 by the value in file1.
• Output the result of this calculation to a new file called file3.

Note. Remember to include #!/bin/bash as the first line of your script.
Source Programs

Output Results




POS 433 Week 4 Learning Team: UNIX®, Linux®, and Windows Server® Critique and Presentation Preparation Part III
Instructions
Continue working on your critique due in Week Five.
Complete and submit the draft of your final paper.
Begin developing the presentation due in Week Five

POS 433 Week 4 Systems Administration Scripting Log
Instructions
Assignment Preparation: Activities include completing the SkillSoft course, independent student reading, and research.
• Complete the SkillSoft course, "Working with UNIX Programs."

Assignment: Complete the University of Phoenix Material: Systems Administration Scripting Log located on the student website.

Systems Administration Scripting Log

To:
From:
Date:

As you complete each of the following steps, keep track of what occurs at each point, including what you type, the output given, and any errors experienced. Submit this information in a log to your instructor for this week’s assignment. Your log can use the sample format provided, or you can create your own.

1. In the same folder as last week, create a new file titled week4prog1[name].scr.
2. Change the permissions on this new file to add the execute bit for user, group, and owner.
3. Run the following script:

a. #!/bin/bash
b. count=1
c. echo "start of the program"
d. while [ $count -le 10 ]
e. do

1) echo "Loop #$count"
2) sleep 10
3) count=$[ count + 1 ]

f. done
g. echo "end of the program

4. Modify the program to add a trap for SIGINT and SIGTERM.
5. Save the script and then run the script in the background.
6. Use the jobs command to display a list of the jobs currently running.
7. Find the process id of the script and kill the job.
8. Check to see if you get the trap message.
9. Run the script again using the at command to schedule the job in the future. Wait for the job to run to make sure it executes.

POS 433 Week 5 Learning Team: UNIX®, Linux®, and Windows Server® Critique
Instructions
Finalize and submit the UNIX®, Linux®, and Windows Server® Critique

POS 433 Week 5 Learning Team: UNIX®, Linux®, and Windows Server® Presentation
Instructions
Finalize and submit the UNIX®, Linux®, and Windows Server® Presentation

POS 433 Week 5 UNIX® Networking
Instructions
Assignment Preparation: Activities include completing the SkillSoft course, independent student reading, and research.
• Complete the "File Sharing with NFS and Samba" modules in the SkillSoft course, "UNIX Fundamentals: Network Administration."

Assignment: Find a current article about UNIX® Networking. Write a 1-2 page paper discuss the article and its relevance to the course
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