What This Course is About
Unix and Linux represent the operating system technology underlying many of the services of the Internet. This subject introduces students to Unix, Linux and the Internet.
Students will learn the core utilities to work productively in a Linux environment. Students will do this work using the shell, at the same time learn to configure their login accounts, manipulate data stored in files, effectively use Linux commands and utilities, and write simple shell scripts.
Accessing Your Linux Computer Account
You will need a matrix computer account to do the ULI101 online tutorials and your review tutorials. If you have never logged into matrix
before, check your MySeneca email for confirmation that your matrix account was automatically created
after you registered for ULI101. This should happen automatically if you are a new Seneca student and this
is your first semester.
Logging into Matrix Linux Account: After successfully logging into matrix from the
college computers, there are several other ways you can login to matrix depending on
your operating system of choice.
Please see the following guide for detailed instructions.
In case of problems with:
- logging into your matrix account
- not seeing your home directory in your Matrix Account
- any other matrix issue
If you require technical assistance, please click on the following link:
IT service desk.
Phoning may resolve the issue sooner.
Be ready to specify the exact error message you received.
You could also email the ITS helpDesk at: firstname.lastname@example.org
It would help if you snap a picture of your screen or
take a screen capture of your error message and attach to your email when you contact ServiceDesk through your MySeneca email.
|Free Applications for Remote Access:|
- Secure Shell SSH/SFTP
- Bitvise SSH Client
- Moba Xterm
|The Learning Center is a resource to assist students that additional course help, english reading / writing support and improving study skills.|
Supported Learning Groups are peer-facilitated study sessions targeted to help students review course material for difficult courses. It is a student-driven, informal study group offered regularly where students can discuss course content, develop learning strategies, predict test items, compare notes and develop organizational tools while learning how to integrate course content and study skills together.
Benefits of Supported Learning Groups include:
- Make efficient and effective use of study time
- Build learning strategies that integrate course content with study techniques
- Meet classmates as you improve teamwork ability and leadership skills
- Stay on top, feel confident and be prepared for lectures, assignments, tests, etc.