To demonstrate how to customize the UNIX environment to suit user requirements
UNIX shell configuration files - name and describe the files used to configure the common shell environments. Working with the UNIX environment - explain the role of global environment variables and local shell variables, and name common variables. UNIX environment variables - reference shell variables used in the Bash, Korn, and C shells. Customizing the UNIX shell - customize the Bash shell. Introducing the UNIX X windowing system - describe the function and design principles of the X windowing system. Configuring X in UNIX - name the files used to configure X, explain their functions, and describe their syntax. Changing UNIX display parameters - reconfigure screen resolution on an X terminal. UNIX X window managers and desktops - explain the function of window managers and describe UNIX desktop environments such as CDE, KDE, and GNOME. UNIX documentation - describe the types of documentation available on UNIX systems. Using the UNIX online manual - use the online manual pages to get help with UNIX commands. Using the GNU Info system - use the Info system to find out more about UNIX commands and utilities. Finding out about UNIX dates - use the man pages to find out about the date command.
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