Special File Types
Determining Unix Version
essential man Options
man Default Path
File Attributes Permissions
Manipulating Groups Owners
Basic Access Permissions
Access Permission Bits
Numeric Access Codes
Setting Default Permissions
Additional Permission Bits
Unix File Ownership
Determining File Types
Finding Files Command
Using xargs with find
Unix Fork Call
Schedule System using crontab Access in Solaris - Exercise
Editing Controlling access to crontab
Using crontab on Solaris
Use the crontab command to schedule a system shutdown.
Simulation Slide show Instructions
This exercise uses a slide show to simulate a UNIX command line and allows you to practice entering commands.
After finishing the simulat click on the
button to view the exercise result and continue with the course.
This exercise is not scored. When you have completed the exercise, click the
button to continue with the course.
Taking advantage of periodic processes is vital to effective system management with UNIX. In this exercise, you will use
to schedule a system shutdown. Before you can use
, you must 1) first assume root privileges.
2) Then you will view the contents of a file that will be the
entry source, and
3) finally you will use
. Start the simulation below and work through the situation presented.
Use su command
The command you have entered is incorrect. Please check the instructions and try again.
Use rootpass as the root password.