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By Röbbe Wünschiers

-Teaches the reader how one can use Unix, that is the most important to simple computing and permits the main flexibility for bioinformatics applications

-Written particularly with the desires of molecular biologists in mind

-Easy to persist with, written for novices with out computational knowledge

-Includes examples from organic info analysis

-Can be use both for self-teaching or in courses


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8 One Computer, Two Operating Systems You might not wish to eliminate your Windows operating system before knowing how much you like Unix or one of its derivatives. A common solution to this problem is to install both operating systems on the same computer as a dual boot system. This is only possible with Linux and Windows, since both can use the same processor architecture (see Sects. 6 on the page before). When you start up you have to choose which operating system you want to work with. 8 One Computer, Two Operating Systems 19 your Windows session and reboot into Linux.

Shortcut. Then, in line 15, we remove the directory temp and all its content. Therefore we apply the command rm (remove) with the option -r (recursively). We can use only rm if we want to erase one or more files. However, to erase directories, even empty ones, you will need the option -r. Why is that? ”. 4 Protecting Files and Directories We learned already in Terminal 10 on page 37 that one characteristic of Linux files is ownership. Not everybody can do everything with files. This is an immense advantage since it makes the system safe.

This means, the look and feel will be like in good old DOS times. It will look like stone-age computing. However, you should remember that although a graphical interface is often nice and comfortable, it consumes a lot of power and only hinders us from learning what is really important. Furthermore, the Unix/Linux command line is extremely powerful. You will soon get accustomed to it and never want to miss it again. Let us face it... 1 Login The process of making yourself known to the computer system and getting to your Unix/Linux account is called logging in.

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