This course provides an in-depth introduction into the UNIX
Operating System, including: Task scheduling and management, memory management,
input/output processing, internal and external commands, shell configuration, and shell
customization. The use of operating system utilities such as text editors, text
formatters, electronic mail, and file management, awk scripts, and C/C++ compilers will
also be explored. Future trends in UNIX, including the use of Graphic User Interfaces,
will be discussed. Prerequisites: A course in computer literacy, such as CIS 120, MTH 95,
and placement at WR 121.