1. Install SSH on your home computer (if you have a PC),
or install Fugu on your home computer (if you have a Mac).
2. Try out all the Linux commands on the Basic Linux Commands webpage.
3. Type the following command in Linux: history > LastNameFirstName02.txt.
4. The history command and the > (greater than) operator will add all of the commands that your typed into the file.
5. Use vi to edit your LastNameFirstName02.txt file, by typing the following on three separate lines at the top of the file: your name, ICS 212 Assignment #2, and date.
6. The rest of the file should have the commands that your typed on the commmand line.
7. Use SSH (or Fugu) to drag (transfer) the file from your UH ITS Linux account to your computer.
8. Attach the file to your assignment submission email (and copy and paste the contents of the file into the body of your email).
9. REMINDER: The body of your email AND the LastNameFirstName02.txt will have your name, ICS 212 Assignment #2, the date, and a list of all the commands that your typed into the command line.
Below is an example AlbrittonWilliam02.txt file. You will have more commands than these in your file, different folders, different file names, etc. Your output will be similar, but not the same.
William Albritton ICS 212 Assignment #2 August 22, 2017 1 ls 2 ls -l 3 ls -a 4 ls -a -l 5 ls *.c 6 ls ??.c 7 dir 8 clear 9 history 10 vi aloha.c 11 mkdir temp 12 cp aloha.c z 13 ls 14 rm z 15 ls 16 rmdir temp/ 17 ls 18 cp aloha.c z 19 ls 20 mv z zzz 21 ls 22 cd public_html/ics212/examples 23 cat aloha.c 24 more aloha.c 25 less aloha.c 26 pwd 27 man ls 28 cd 29 ls > z.txt 30 more z.txt 31 cd public_html/ics212/assignments 32 history > AlbrittonWilliam02.txt