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Re: How to find and replace the below command?

Answer Using sed command: #2 sed 's/searchword/replaceword/g' filename --[It finds the word in file and replaces and displays in the command line] sed -i '/s/searchword/replaceword/g' filename -- [It edits the file, finds and replaces the word and saves it and next time when u open the file it displays the file with replaced word] Re: what is the default signal kill in unix? Answer signal no: ! or terminate #2 Re: How many bits use for MA address? Answer "# $its #! Re: How does one process we can start an executable file? How to get the "#$ process% which we started? Answer ps -ef%grep username #& gives the process started $y the user& Re: 'hich is the command used to find out currently executing "rocess in ()#*? Answer ps -ef #! Re: 'hat is the output of : + ps,e + ps,a commands Answer ps -e will give all the processes running it is also # 2 similar to ps -'& ps -a is for running application on terminal only& Re: 'hat is the output of : + ps,e + ps,a commands

Answer ( ps -e # - 'll )rocesses including User and *ystem )rocess& ( ps -a )rocesses of all Users excluding processes not associate with terminal Re: How to check whether some ser.ices are running in another ser.er or not? /uppose i am currently in a ser.er named A0# want to check whether some ser.ices are running in ser.er 1 without logging into the ser.er 10 Answer 'ssuming that server ' is reacha$le from server + # ! and vice versa: ,e can execute the command remotely using rsh and $y using admin credentials of server + as $elow from server ': rsh -server + I). -l -admin login name. -n /ps -eaf % grep i -service0name./ 1or eg2 to find httpd service we can use the following command assuming server + I) is 3&3&3& 3 and root has admin previledges: rsh 3&3&3& 3 -l root -n /ps -eaf % grep -i httpd/ Re: what these two commands prints 2echo test2%2cat test2? Answer /echo test/, echo simply prints test& # 2 /cat test/ cat command will searches for a file as /test/ in the ),4& if it finds any file called /test/, then it will prints the contents of the test file& else will through the error as file not exisiting Re: How to add content of one file into another file at the beginning Answer concatenate file and file5, in the $elow command # & file content will $e insert in front of that in file5, and then com$ined content will $e redirected to file6 cat file file5 . file6

Re: 'hat does mkdir up2date3 touch outdated up2date do? Answer m7dir up5date2 # ! this command used to ma7e a directory named up5date&&& Re: their is a file!%file2 and i want to append file! data to file2? Answer cat file .. file5 #2 Re: 'hat is the difference between udp and tcp? Answer 89) gives guaranteed 4elivery, U4) does not # ! 89) is connection oriented, U4) is not 89) provides 1low 9ontrol, U4) does not& Usually U4) is used to send data while streaming etc since it ta7es less time, $ut important data is always sent using 89)& Re: what is the use of ls ,l command 4 what is the information it gi.es about user ? Answer ls -l given the sorted file in long listing format&it # ! gives the information such as type:file/directory;, permissions given to file,lin7s,owner,group user detail,date < time of modification etc&&& Re: why unix commands can be di.ided into internal and external commands? Answer =xternal- It is a compiled executa$le of a program& # ! *hell executes it& Internal- +uilt in shell& 1aster in execution& Internal commands provides more flexi$ility and $etter management& +ut, if all commands are internal, shell will $ecome larger and less responsive& Re: how many internal commands is there in ()#*? Answer !> #! Re: Hi All% an you please let me know how to grep for a particular pattern in unix0 # want to print the dates from the file exp0txt0 the date pattern is $$:MM:5555% # 6ust want to print all the dates from the file exp0txt0 Answer '$ove answers allow 3?:5665: ?# ?# input also # & to display&

1ollowing may use to avoid that issue grep -o '[3-?][3-?]:[3-?][3-?]:[3-?][3-?][3-?][3-?]' infile&txt Re: How to set sticky bit% or it ha.e any seperate directory to create sticky bit in sunfir ser.ers0 "lease help me % i don7t no the exact answer? Answer 8ypically the stic7y $it is set on most @nix systems # ! in the /tmp directory& Aou can set the $it on any directory with the commands: chmod Bt /dirname CD chmod >"" /dirname Eere is is the stic7y $it and >"" are your common directory permissions& 8he /tmp dir for example is usually set to FFF& -greg Re: what is the command to print last 8 lines of any text file0 Answer tail -n # -file-name. #2 Re: what is ls ,ltd? Answer ls - ltd #! current directory information& Cption l: Gong listing t: 8ime *tamp d: Information a$out current directory :Useed with -l Cption;

Re: what is ls ,ltd? Answer l -- 1or long listing example as $elow # 2 t -- for latest time stamp -- 'fter you ma7e the changes etc& d -- stands for the information a$out the current directory as shown $elow =x o/p as $elow : drwxrwxr-x 6 oi oi 5F> Har 5! :"F &

6 a$ove stands for no& of directories in the current directory minus 5 , 8his means a$ove directory has one child directory when o/p shows as $elow : ls -ltd drwxrwxr-x ! oi oi 6?? Har 5! :!! &

8his would mean parent directory has 6 child directories :i&e !-5 I 6 child directories; ,hy minus 5 -- 9urrent directory has 5 lin7s so the same num$er need to $e deducted from the total num$er Re: 1y using which command we can find the "( utili9ation time? Answer top - display top 9)U processes #& 4=*9DI)8ICJ top provides an ongoing loo7 at processor activity in real time& It displays a listing of the most 9)Uintensive tas7s on the system, and can provide an interactive interface for manipulating processes& It can sort the tas7s $y 9)U usage, memory usage and runtime& can $e $etter configured than the standard top from the procps suite& Host features

can either $e selected $y an interactive command or $y specifying the feature in the personal or system-wide configuration file& *ee $elow for more information& Re: How to find the files that are accessed before !: minutes? Answer find -type f -amin - 3 #! =xplanation: 1ind all files :excluding directories; from the current directory which have $een accessed no more:-; than 3 minutes ago& Re: 'hat is the difference between pipe and xargs? Answer xargs command # 2 +uild and execute command lines from standard input find & -type f -mtime - -print % xargs ls )ipe is a techniKue to use for Loining two/more commands :one command output as input to other command &&so on % is a symo$ol for pipe; ls -al % more Re: 'hat is the difference between pipe and xargs? Answer )ipe is used to connect $etween two command # ! Margs redirect the output of second command to the first one Re: 'rite a grep ;or grep< command that selects the lines from a file that ha.e exactly three characters0 Answer grep N&&&( -filename. #Re: Assume the following files are in the working directory prompt= ls ,l tasks ,rw,r,,r,, ! alex student !>2& ?eb 2! !>::! tasks 'hat command can Alex use to gi.e e.eryone permission to write to the file? 'hat will the ls ,l

command display if he does so? Answer chmod >>> tas7s will give all users :owner, # 2 group and others; the read-write permission& rI" wI5 xI therefore rw I "B5 I> ls -l : lists a large amount of information of all nonhidden files and directories in the current wor7ing directory& eg :permissions, owners, siOe, and when last modified&; Re: Assume the following files are in the working directory prompt= ls ,l tasks ,rw, r,,r,, ! alex student !>2& ?eb 2! !>::! tasks 'hat command can Alex use to gi.e e.eryone permission to write to the file? 'hat will the ls ,l command display if he does so? Answer chmod >>> tas7s #> -rw-rw-rw- alex student "56 1e$ 5 ":3 tas7s Re: @he rm command remo.es links to file0 'hat does this mean? How then is a file deleted from the file system? Answer rm never delete the lin7& only file get removed from # 2 index& so it will not come when you will use ls command Re: @he rm command remo.es links to file0 'hat does this mean? How then is a file deleted from the file system? Answer I thin7 he is as7ing a$out this : #> - when we remove a file what happens actually that it will $e removed from the inode ta$le << its entery in the parent directory will $e removed too here what happened that the file's data $loc7s were not removed actually from the hard dis7 $ut there is no pointing / lin7ing to it

Re: 'hen the shell is reading the command line what is the difference between text enclosed between double Auotes ; B < and text enclosed between signal Auotes ; C <? Answer ,hen the test in included in dou$le Kuotes ://; it is # ! called as wea7 Kuotes& If the text is a varia$le the (text within the Kuotes will give the resolved value& In case if single Kuotes :''; i&e& *trong Kuotes, the text is printed as it is even if it is states as (text& Re: 'hen the shell is reading the command line what is the difference between text enclosed between double Auotes ; B < and text enclosed between signal Auotes ; C <? Answer / / is generaly used to print the value of varia$le # & and ' ' is used to print same as given text&&& for ex:fIraLeev echo /file name is (f/ output:- file name is raLeev& and echo ' file name is (f' output:- file name is (f Re: what is difference between unix and linux? Answer unix is a opearating system&linux is one of the # 2 flavour of unix&u cannot find unix server in the world,$ut linux server u find&unix is cui,linux is gui& Re: how to change a normal file into hidden file Answer (mv filename &filename #2 Re: How to know a process is a 9ombie or orphan process? Answer 8he 9orrect 'nswer is : #& ps -ef % grep P ,here P will 9atch Up all the Pom$ie )rocesses < ,e can 7ill those to 1ree the )rocessor Goad& Re: How to know a process is a 9ombie or orphan process? Answer type ps -a if you find any status as defunct then the

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process is Oom$ie

Re: 'hat is 2type2 command in unix?what is the functionality?? Answer type [-aftp)] name [name &&&] # ! ,ith no options, indicate how each name would $e interpreted if used as a command name& Re: how to find largest file? Answer In the 4irectry Qive&&&& #2 ls -ls%sort -nr%head that gives the largest file statistics&&& Re: 'hat is the difference between A'D and /E$ commands? "l9 gi.e example and explain000 Answer *=4 :which stands for *tream =4itor; is a simple # ! $ut powerful computer program used to apply various pre-specified textual transformations to a seKuential stream of text data& It reads input files line $y line, edits each line according to rules specified in its simple language :the sed script;, and then outputs the line& ',R is a complete pattern scanning and processing language, it is most commonly used as a Unix command-line filter to reformat the output of other commands& 1or example, to print only the second and sixth fields of the date command :the month and year; with a space separating them, at the Unix prompt, you would enter: date % aw7 STprint (5 U U (>VW Re: #s there any command in (nix% other than:ls% to list the files in a directory? @he answer will be highly appreciated000 Answer /echo @/ will list the files inside the dir

#F Re: 'hat #s the command to change a file7s creation time0 means one file is created at the time !-:!G then time should be changed to !>:!> Answer use touch command to change the date #! Re: 'hat #s the command to change a file7s creation time0 means one file is created at the time !-:!G then time should br changed to !>:!> Answer touch :- used to change the time stamps #2 *yntax :- touch options expression filename:s; where expression consists of eight digit num$er using the format HH44hhmm:month,day,hr < min; =&g :- ( touch 363? 5"! emp&lst 2 ls -l emp&lst -rw-r--r-- 7umar metal #F3 Har 3? 5:"! emp&lst 8he -m < -a options chng the modifications < access times& ( touch -m 355# 363 emp&lst 2 ls -l emp&lst -rw-r--r-- 7umar metal #F3 1e$ 5# 3:63 emp&lst Re: How do you find which .ersion and name of unix you are using at the command prompt? Answer uname -for getting name of unix os # F uname -r -for geetting version Re: How do you find which .ersion and name of unix you are using at the command prompt? Answer uname -a in E)-UM # 2 -s Cperting system name -r release of the version name

Re: how will u execute a file in unix Answer 4epending on the type of shell you can execute a # ! file in either of the ways ; 7sh -filename. 5; sh -filename. If the file already possess execute $it set on it, then you

can directly execute the file with its name alone ; -filename. Re: how will u execute a file in unix Answer if the file doesn't have executa$le permissions than # 2 assign the same as chmod F!! -filename.& after that execute the same $y using command &/-filename. Re: what is the difference between @ouch 4 cat command Answer touch :- 8his can $e used to create a file with siOe # > 3 and to change the time stamp of a file& cat :- 8his can $e used to display the content of a file,concatinate etc& Re: what is the difference between @ouch 4 cat command Answer cat command displays the contents of the file& #! =x : ( cat fruits&txt apple orange grapes touch command changes the modified date and time of the file& $efore use touch command (ls -ltr -rw-r--r-- s aaa 53 Cct 5? >:6? fruits&txt ( touch fruits&txt (ls -ltr -rw-r--r-s aaa 53 Cct 5? >:! fruits&txt

Re: How do you create a file in ()#* Answer ( cat .fruits&txt # ! apple orange grapes

Nd :)ress controlBd; ( cat fruits&txt apple orange grapes Re: 'hat is the difference between pipe ;H< and tee command in unix Answer )I)=- /%/ :- @@& It is an I)9:Inter )rocess # - 9ommunication;& @& It means that the out put of the first command is the Input of the second command& @@& Gi7e wise 6rd, "th, !th&&&&&nth& tee :- @@& tee generates two outputs always& @@& It's a filter X $y using tee we can send the output to a new file at the same moment we can see the output on the screen& Re: 'rite a command to find all of the files which ha.e been accessed within the last &: days0 Answer find / -type f -atime -63 . Jovem$er&files < #! 8his command will find all the files under root, which is ///, with file type is file& /-atime -63/ will give all the files accessed less than 63 days ago& 'nd the output will put into a file call Jovem$er&files& Re: 'rite a command to find all of the files which ha.e been accessed within the last &: days0 Answer the command is - find & -mtime -63 -print #2 Eere you are telling find to list the files that were modified with in last 63 days& Aou can increase the span of time that /find/ will report $ac7 on or go to a more restricted time period& Re: How we will execute pre.ious command in .i editor? Answer using '&' #Re: How we will execute pre.ious command in .i editor?

Answer Use dot:&; operator to execute previous command # 2 in command mode Re: how many types of file in unix? Answer total F files are there& #& Degular file::-;:contains data in either text format or $inary format 5& 4irectory file::d;:contains entries of files 6& 1I1C file::f;:5 communicate $etn 5 processes running on same system "& +loc7 special file::$;:name given 5 special $loc7s of hard dis7 !& *y$olic file::l;:its a lin7 or pointer to already existing file >& *oc7et file::s;:5 communicate $etn 5 processes running on different system in a networ7 F& 9haracter special file::c;:handles only characted formatted data eg&stdin, stdout, stderr Re: 'hat is the functions of 9ambie process? Answer guys, we can thin7 of Oom$ie process as a # & QEC*8& when a person :having some unfinished $usiness on earth; dies they $ecome ghost, means they are dead $ut they have there existence on this earth& Yust li7e that if a process died $ut it's existence remains in the process entry ta$le then that process $ecame Pom$ie& now who is going to clean this messZ so it is the wor7 of the parent process to clean this thing $y waiting on the child process& if the parent process don't clean up this mess then it would $e the wor7 of operating system to release these resources when process entry ta$le would $e loo7ed up again

Re: 'hat is ?#)$% IRE" and /E$ ? ould you please gi.e me the difference between all the three? 'here we use this commnands? Answer 1IJ4 < QD=) # > +asically 1IJ4 < QD=) are the UJIM commands shared through the 1IG8=D* &,here is *=4 :*8D='H; is one of the main editor& 1IJ4 : 1ind is an exclusive command used to find files/folders are other information&and this is powerfull then windows& ex : [ find /raLa -name she7ar -print output : raLa/she7ar Qrep : 8his is also one of the important command used to glo$ally searching the regular expression in the file & Q=D) is grepping the information character $y character& :i&e; from file & ex ; : [QD=) /cat/ raLa 5; : [QD=) -i /cat/ raLa :for case sensitive; 5; : [QD=) -v /cat/ raLa :v represent negative ; CU8)U8 :if we have an file raLa with data regarding cat we can clearly explain& 1inally *=4 :*8D='H; *=4 : It is an editor $ut non interactive & ex : [ sed -e 'd/chain/dog/f' raLa . she7ar Re: 'hat is file system in unix?? Answer Ufs filesysten is a unix default filesystem& #F Unix Cs having different flavours, &'ix unix

Lfs < Lfs5 is aix unix default file system and comman filesystem is cdrfs,rmfs 5&Ginux ext5 <ext6 is linux default file system 6&Ep unix Lfs and Lfs5 is Ep unix default filesystem "&sun unix Ufs is a sun unix default filesystem& Re: what is the meaning of this command rm ,rf J what will it do ? Answer It will remove a directory including its # ! su$directories and files Re: what is the meaning of this command rm ,rf J what will it do ? Answer rm -rf removes the directory recursively and also # & forcefully& r stands for recursively f stands for forcefully 8he a$ove command can also $e used for removing a file& Re: how to remotely mo.e a file ??? that mean how to mo.e a file one machine to another machine ??? Answer Using the scp command, which mean /source # & copy/ *yntax: scp source destination =xample: Hoving a file foo&txt from machine to machine5 scp foo&txt host\machine :/ Re: 'hich mode is used for allowing file write%read and append mode? Answer 8here are 6 modes in UJIM, # F 9ommand mode Input mode =xec mode& 'nswer for this ] is &&&& one shud use switch to the command mode& 8han execute

chmod FFF filename&extn Re: what is mount %tell me about mount %how can u use in real time pro6ect?? Answer 8he process of adding or lin7ing or mapping the # & formatted dis7 space to a folder is called mounting& Gi7e the $oot partition is formatted in ext5/6 filesystem and then it is mounted to /$oot folder&Aou cannot use any partition or dis7 without mounting Re: Ii.e the command to display space usage on the ()#* file system0 Answer df -7 & #2 Re: Ii.e the command to display space usage on the ()#* file system0 Answer du -h /dev/filename :filename is the name of # F the file li7e sda and hda; d -dis7 u -usage -h -human-reada$le Re: 'hat is the difference between /hell "rogramming and /hell scripting? Answer *hell programming is wrong terminology& Its shell # 2 scripting& 8here is difference $etween scripting and programming& Unix is shell scripting& Re: 'hat is the difference between /hell "rogramming and /hell scripting? Answer 8he term /*hell programming/ is not true& # & /*hell scripting/ is the term which is a collection of command to do a specific tas7& 8he /shell/ act as a /Interpreter/& ,hen we execute a shell script, a temporary shell is created and the interpreter interprete and execute one line at a time& if any error in the line then it exit from that line& Jo next line will $e read& Qetting error and Lump to next line is happen in case of

/9ompiler/& Re: How to setup $isk space as well as memory in solaris!:? Answer top is not recognisa$le in *olaris 3 $y default& # & prstat can $e used only to see the statistics of memory and processes& format command can $e used to setup the dis7 space $ut not memory& swap memory can $e added later $y using the swap command with some options& Re: how unix kernel distinguishes between a normal file and de.ice file ? Answer 8his information :file type; is stored in the inode of #! a file, as one of the fields& Re: how unix kernel distinguishes between a normal file and de.ice file ? Answer for normal file in the ls -l listing there is a '-' as # - first character li7e '-rw-r--r- '& -rw-r--r-- $atch sy$ase 3 4ec " ":!3 test 8his identifies it as normal file& +ut for device files , they are saved as character or else $loc7s & *o the first letter is 'c' for character , and '$' for $loc7s& Re: what will this do +cat = file0c ?;file0c is a file in current directory< Answer It will allow you to create file&c : if file&c is # ! availa$le, it will $e overwritten with new data ; Re: what will be the output of ls KJ00 Answer It will list the files and directories of the current # F user parent's login directory i&e& If the current user smith login directory is //home/smith/, then the parent's login directory is //home/

In this example, the files and directories in //home/ are listed& Re: what will be the output of ls KJ00 Answer It will show the content of the /home directory #& Re: 'hich ommand is (sed for temprary switch (ser? Answer su--is the command to siwtch the user& #2 Re: what is exact definition of operating system? Answer oC* is a software which acts as a interface # 2 $etween user application and hardware& Re: !,how will you display a file whose name is starting with 7, 7? 2,how will you add a patten at end of e.ery line in .i editor? Answer ] : ls % grep /N^-/ #2 Re: in a growing log file how will you see the !st GG lines? Answer head -?? -file name. - display st ?? lines # > tail -?? -file name. - display last ?? lines Re: in a growing log file how will you see the !st GG lines? Answer to see the last ?? lines in a log file you can use the # 2 cmd ( tail -??f -file name. Re: how will you login one ser.er7s shell prompt to an another ser.er? Answer Yust in case you are in sudo and not a$le to # > get through using command ssh ipaddress:or;hostname use the $elow command ssh user0id\ipaddress or

ssh user0id\hostname Re: how will you con.ert a general file to a hidden file? Answer vi sunil # ! mv sunil &sunil Re: A file has !::: lines and i want to display only !st line how to do it? pls 00tel me Answer sed -n ' p' or head #! Re: A file has !::: lines and i want to display only !st line how to do it? pls 00tel me Answer cat fileJame % head -n #2 Re: if we create a file% in that !: rows;means !%2%0000G%!: like<0 i want F row exactly% which command use in unix? pl9 send this Auestion0 Answer please try this& it will wor7& # - head -F -filename. % tail Re: if we create a file% in that !: rows;means !%2%0000G%!: like<0 i want F row exactly% which command use in unix? pl9 send this Auestion0 Answer head -F -file name.%tail #8 Re: can we use cat command as an editor 00??? Answer yes # - id file doesn't exists cat .file my name is sopderman r u serious ctrlBd cat ..file no, i am not ctrlBd cat .file overwriting file ctrlBd cat -n file. file5 --add line num$ers

Re: hi i ha.e directories within the directory0 )ow i want to copy the directory along with all directories included in it to one location by using

copy command? what is the command Answer 8ry this command: #! cp -r /home/anshul/files/@ /home/anshul/$ac7up It will recursively copy all the content of directory called 'files' to the directory '$ac7up'& Re: why unix operating system pro.ides more security than other operating systems? Answer +elow are some points which ma7es unix more # > secure that other C*es& ; Unix has filr level security Unix treats every thing as file& 5; Unix has User level security& 6; Unix has Qroup level security& "; It is very difficult :'lmost impossi$le;to $rea7/hac7 unix password& Re: 'hich command will you use to change the permissions on file? Answer chmod #! Re: How do you know about running processes of a particular user? Answer ps -u -uid. #2 Re: How do you know about running processes of a particular user? Answer ps -ef % grep -user. #Re: 'hat is the procedure of 2at2 and crontab2 commands? Answer at - executes single time # ! cronta$- executes Hultipu$le time Re: 'hat is the procedure of 2at2 and crontab2 commands? Answer at:If you want postpone the excution of process we # & can use at command&$ut you should specify time for running process&

$atch:8his command also wor7s li7e at $ut here no need specify the time&Unis C* itself decide the time for processing the Lo$& cronta$:If you want run some Lo$s at daily or some times u can 7eep those Lo$s in cronta$ file&those are cronLo$s& cronta$ -l:8o open cronta$ file cronta$ -e:8o edit the cronta$ file cronta$ -r:8o remove the cronta$ file @ @ @ @ @ Lo$ name star :min: to !?; star5:hour:3 to 56; star6:day of the month: to 6 ; star":month: to 5; star!:day of the wee7:3 to >; here Oero indicates sunday ! 3! @ @ -! Lo$ schedule-----.8his Lo$ will run everday at !: !am except sunday&

Re: How do you stop a running process? Answer 7ill -3:or ?; pid # 2 ex: 7ill -? 56" : get this pid using ps -ef % grep processname /; Re: How do you mo.e a process which is running background to foreground? Answer fg pid:process id; #F Re: How do you mo.e a process which is running background to foreground? Answer _fg _Lo$num$er #2 'Lo$num$er' is the num$er of the Lo$ which u'll get $y running 'Lo$s' command& Re: How do you remo.e a crontab file? Answer cronta$ -r #!

Re: #n .i editor how do you execute unix commands? Answer using ':X' #& Re: what is the use of 2test2 command in unix? Answer 8est is a condition evaluation command&8he test # 2 command evaluates the expression if the value is 8rue,returns a Oero exit status2 otherwise,a nonOero exit status is returned&test also returns a nonOero exit status if there are no arguments& Re: what is the use of 2test2 command in unix? Answer test - chec7 file types and compare values #> Re: Ii.e a regular expression that finds two things% try to come up with regular expressions that find each indi.idually using 2egrep2 command? Answer egrep -e -expresseion . -e -expression 5. -file # & name. Re: How do you find path of a directory? Ii.e its syntax0 Answer 8ype pwd at the prompt #!

Re: 'hat is the basic difference between unix and windows operating systems? Answer Unix is a 9GUI :9ommand Gine User Interface; # 2 C* and ,indows is a QUI C*& Re: 'hat is the basic difference between unix and windows operating systems? Answer unix file system in hierachical model # ! windows file system is flat type Re: 'hat is the basic difference between unix and windows operating systems? Answer UJIM #> ; Jon QUI 5; 1ile *ystem :*84&=DD, *84&IC; 6; 9ommand +ased "; Jot =vent 4riven !; Hulti )rocessing

,IJ4C,* ; QUI +ased 5; 1'865, J81* 6; Henu +ased "; =vent 4riven !; Jo Hulti )rocessing Re: 'hat is the basic difference between unix and windows operating systems? Answer unix :- multi user, multi processing and multi # - tas7ing operating system Re: 'hat is the basic difference between unix and windows operating systems? Answer ; ,indows is licenced C*, It means you have to # F $uy it 5 ; Unix is 1ree-source C*, you can Hodify code of C* as per your $usiness re Re: 'hat is the basic difference between unix and windows operating systems? Answer unix is more secure than windows& In unix we can # G restrict the permission of each user Re: 'hat is the basic difference between unix and windows operating systems? Answer Unix is the multi user operating system& # L windows is single user operating system& Re: How to get a particular string as your prompt ? Ii.e syntax of that command? Answer )* I/-string./ #2 Re: 'rite a command to find all of the files which ha.e been accessed within the last &: days0 Answer find -type f -atime -63 -print #Re: how to list all the hidden files? Answer ls-a #& Re: how you know the ip address of user system? Answer mr lipun &&&&&&&&u really hvn't any idea a$out unix&&&&& #2 u can't see the ip address from the hostname -i cmd&&&&

the command is ifconfig -a Re: how you know the ip address of user system? Answer hostname -i #!