POS 433 Week 2 Linux® Directory Log

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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: <Insert your facilitator's
name

From: <Insert
your name

Date: <Insert
the date (XX/XX/XXXX)

 

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.
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