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Classes for Linux and Scripting (Biowulf)Date: 06 October 2011 09:10:27
From: David Hoover (hooverdm@HELIX.NIH.GOV)
The Biowulf staff will present two new classes this fall. Both classes = are free but registration is required. Helix/Biowulf users will have = priority for enrollment. Introduction to Linux Link: http://training.cit.nih.gov/coursedescription.aspx?courseID=CS0000000001979 Date: Monday, November 7 2011 Time: 9 am - 4 pm Location: Bldg 12A - Rm B51 Description: This class is intended as a starting point for individuals new to Linux and UNIX. The class will center on basic UNIX/Linux concepts: logging in, navigating the file system, commands for interacting with files, running and viewing processes, checking disk space and other common tasks. The class will also cover the use of some services specific to Helix/Biowulf usage. Bash Shell Scripting for Helix and Biowulf Link: http://training.cit.nih.gov/coursedescription.aspx?courseID=CS0000000001978 Date: Monday, December 5 2011 Time: 9 am - 4 pm Location: Bldg 12A - Rm B51 Description: The default shell on many Linux systems is bash. Bash shell scripting provides a method for automating common tasks on Linux systems (such as Helix and Biowulf), including transferring and parsing files, creating qsub and swarm scripts, pipelining tasks, and monitoring jobs. This class will give a hands-on tutorial on how to create and use bash shell scripts in a Linux environment.