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→Part 2 - Setting Up Your Linux Environment For OPS435 Labs
#The first step is to update your entire system.
#Install extra packages for enterprise linux<source>yum install epel-release </source>
#Next install applications we need, first Python version 3 and version 2:
yum install python python2-devel # Install python2.7 and python2.7 development libraries
#Next, you will install a couple of useful applications called '''tmux''' and '''screen'''. They are referred to as '''terminal multiplexers'''. If you plan to spend a lot of time in the terminal, this powerful tool will help you get it done. Lets install it and plan to use it later:<source>
yum install screen tmux && ln -s /usr/bin/true /etc/sysconfig/bash-prompt-screen
#Before moving on to the next step, make sure you identify and correct any and all errors in "lab1a.py". When the check script tells you everything is "ok", you may proceed to the next step.
=== Part 3 - Selecting a Text Editor to Use For Your OPS435 Labs ===