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Linux Introduction (with HPC Focus)

Dear cluster users,

the next Linux Introduction Course will take place on September 26 and take all day. It will be held in English.

The basics of Linux will be covered. We recommend that all users who are inexperienced with Linux take this course at least once. The course takes place once per semester, alternating between German and English.

If you want to participate, please send an e-mail to jan.steiner@uni-siegen.de.

Presenter:
Jan Steiner
Date:
September 26, 2019
Location:
H-D 2202
Duration:
9:00-17:00
Max. Participants:
12
Language:
English
Topics:
  • General Linux concepts
    • Command line
    • Processes, users and permissions
  • Files and directories
    • Wildcards
  • Scripting
    • Environment variables
    • Pipes etc.
  • Other concepts
    • System configuration files
    • Symbolic links and aliases
    • Tips and tricks
Target Audience:
Employees and Students who are completely new to Linux
Prerequisites:

None

Remarks:

You can bring your own laptop with Linux if you want. Any distribution is fine, only topics that are distribution-independent will be covered. We will not have time to cover Linux installation however.

If you do not have your own device, there are desktop clients available.

You do not need access to the HorUS cluster to participate, but you may use your own account if you prefer.

Registration:

Simply send an e-mail to jan.steiner@uni-siegen.de to register.

If you are interested but do not have time on the specified date, please notify us as well. We will hold another course if enough people are interested.

 

 

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