Brief Summary of the hills Linux Orientation:
- Logging on/off the hills Linux server; changing the password
- Checking the home directory
- Creating and making changes to a file with nano editor
- Saving files
- Printing by way of PCs
For a more detailed summary of the hills Linux Orientation, please click hills Linux Summary (PDF)
Handouts included in the hills Linux Orientation are:
- The nano Editor
The hills Linux orientation is recommended for students in courses:
CS 111ABC, 113A, 130AB, 131A, 132A, 151AB, 155A, 160AB, 195, 211ES, 232, 260AP, 270,
possibly 110A, 159A, and 177; and
CS and CNIT students not familiar with hills Linux accounts assigned for use.
Click here for all of the hills Linux handouts in printable .pdf format.