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Old 10-16-2002
need help....?????????

51 The file "exc" contains the line: chmod u+x $1. What will the following
commands do ?

a. exc fopman
ANS: [ ]

b. exc exc
ANS: [ ]



52. Suppose you often cd to the "/usr/lisa/progs/pasc/proj" directory. What
could you put in your .bashrc .profile to make this easier to do?

ANS: [ ]


53. Suppose all the following aliases are in effect:

alias rm rm -i
alias c 'cd; ls'
alias cr 'cd \!*; rm *'

How, would the following commands be interpreted?

a. rm junkfile
ANS: [ ]

b. c
ANS: [ ]


c. c junkdirectory
ANS: [ ]


d. cr junkdirectory
ANS: [ ]
lolo_vang
# 2  
Old 10-16-2002
Read the forum rules, no homework!
# 3  
Old 10-16-2002
.....and read the man pages.
# 4  
Old 10-17-2002
51 The file "exc" contains the line: chmod u+x $1. What will the following commands do ?

a. exc fopman
ANS: [Work it out yourself!! ]

b. exc exc
ANS: [Work it out yourself!! ]


52. Suppose you often cd to the "/usr/lisa/progs/pasc/proj" directory. What
could you put in your .bashrc .profile to make this easier to do?

ANS: [Work it out yourself!! ]


53. Suppose all the following aliases are in effect:

alias rm rm -i
alias c 'cd; ls'
alias cr 'cd \!*; rm *'

How, would the following commands be interpreted?

a. rm junkfile
ANS: [Work it out yourself!! ]

b. c
ANS: [Work it out yourself!! ]

c. c junkdirectory
ANS: [Work it out yourself!! ]

d. cr junkdirectory
ANS: [Work it out yourself!! ]

Were you seriously thinking that having other people do your homework meant that it would make learning Unix/Linux any easier? ... As stated above Read the forum rules, no homework! and why could you not make use of the facilities like the man pages?? ... They're at your fingertips.
# 5  
Old 10-21-2002
Quote:
Originally posted by Cameron
51 The file "exc" contains the line: chmod u+x $1. What will the following commands do ?

a. exc fopman
ANS: [Work it out yourself!! ]

b. exc exc
ANS: [Work it out yourself!! ]


52. Suppose you often cd to the "/usr/lisa/progs/pasc/proj" directory. What
could you put in your .bashrc .profile to make this easier to do?

ANS: [Work it out yourself!! ]


53. Suppose all the following aliases are in effect:



wtf.......................

alias rm rm -i
alias c 'cd; ls'
alias cr 'cd \!*; rm *'

How, would the following commands be interpreted?

a. rm junkfile
ANS: [Work it out yourself!! ]

b. c
ANS: [Work it out yourself!! ]

c. c junkdirectory
ANS: [Work it out yourself!! ]

d. cr junkdirectory
ANS: [Work it out yourself!! ]

Were you seriously thinking that having other people do your homework meant that it would make learning Unix/Linux any easier? ... As stated above Read the forum rules, no homework! and why could you not make use of the facilities like the man pages?? ... They're at your fingertips.
lolo_vang
# 6  
Old 10-21-2002
Read the rules, please.

You would think that students would at least read the rules!!!!!


NO HOMEWORK IN THESE TECHNICAL FORUMS.

https://www.unix.com/unix-for-beginners-questions-and-answers/2971-simple-rules-unix-com-forums.html

We will not hesitate to lock out accounts (or change status to read only) when people post homework problems.


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