HIST WK 1-5 Homework

Apr 22nd, 2015
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Question 1. In the same folder as last week, create a new file titled week4prog1[name].scr. Answer: Question 2. Change the permissions on this new file to add the execute bit for user, group, and owner. Answer: Question 3. Run the following script: a. #!/bin/bash b. count=1 c. echo "start of the program" d. while [ $count -le 10 ] e. do 1) echo "Loop #$count" 2) sleep 10 3) count=$[ count + 1 ] f. done g. echo "end of the program Question 4. Modify the program to add a trap for SIGINT and SIGTERM. Answer: Question 5. Save the script and then run the script in the background. Answer: Question 6. Use the jobs commandto display a list of the jobs currently running. Answer: Question 7. Find the process id of the script and kill the job. Answer: Question 8. Check to see if you get the trap message. Answer: Question9. Run the script again using the at command to schedule the job in the future. Wait for the job to run to make sure it executes. Answer

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1. create a new file titledweek4prog1[name].scr Open a terminal.Gain access to terminal from the redhat screen[student@bsit_rh62 ~]$2. Create a new group called mygroup. Hint: /usr/sbin/groupadd.Had many errors, but a lot of group id errors[student@bsit_rh62 sbin]$ sudo groupadd -g 001 mygroup[sudo] password for student:groupadd: GID '1' already exists[student@bsit_rh62 sbin]$ sudo groupadd -g 002 mygroupgroupadd: GID '2' already exists[student@bsit_rh62 sbin]$ sudo groupadd -g 2012 mygroupCreate a new folder and name it your first name.I forgot to put sudo the first time, and then when I copied I reverted to my Windows knowledge[student@bsit_rh62 sbin]$ mkdir namemkdir: cannot create directory `name': Permission denied[student@bsit_rh62 sbin]$ sudo mkdir name[student@bsit_rh62 sbin]$ ^C[student@bsit_rh62 sbin]$Get a directory listing of the home folder using the long listing format.Home directory and little information[student@bsit_rh62 sbin]$ ls /homestudent student2 tmp[student@bsit_rh62 sbin]$Modify the permissions on your new folder to set read, write, and execute permissions for the user and group.Had some issues and then realized th

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