The objective of the course is to give knowledge of the operating system so that the student can understand the functions of operating system with study of Linux.
Introduction to DOS, DOS commands
Windows XP Requirement, Mouse Basics, Desktop. Components of a Window, Menu bar options
Working with Windows
Getting familiar with the Desktop, Opening an Icon from the Desktop, Starting a Program, Moving from one window to another, Making the My Computer windows Active, Making the Notepad window active, Enlarging a windows to Screen Size, Reverting a window to its Previous Size. Reducing the window to a Taskbar Button, Adjusting the window size freely, Closing a window. Creating a Short-cut for a Program, Deleting the Shortcut icon, deleting the contents of the Recycle Bin
Unix/ Linux operating system
getting started on unix, file system – files & directories, unix tools, text editor vi & text processing
Introduction to linux
Introduction, History, Linux as Operating System. Multitasking Operating System. Multi User Operating, Minimum Hardware Requirement for Linux, Linux as File Server,Peer to Peer File Sharing, Linux as Print Server, Linux as Database Server, Linux as An Application Server, Linux as Router, Linux as Workstation
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- Deitel, Harvey M.; Deitel, Paul; Choffnes, David. Operating Systems.
- Andrew S. Tanenbaum;Operating System design and implementation;PHP
- Behrouz A. Foroujan,Richard F. Gilberg;Unix and Shell Progragramming;Thomas Press