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In Unix, how do I change the permissions for a file?

By | August 24th, 2012|Operating Systems, UNIX - LINUX|

You can change file permissions with the chmod command. In Unix, file permissions, which establish who may have different types of access to a file, are specified by both access classes and access types. Access classes are groups of users, and each may be assigned specific access types. The access classes are "user", "group", "other", and "all". [...]

Killing processes in Unix / Linux

By | August 24th, 2012|Operating Systems, UNIX - LINUX|

Each process you start is usually completed within a few seconds. Sometimes a background process or a process without a controlling terminal hangs up and you will need to destroy this process by killing it. To kill a process use the kill command. [crayon-5996decd0f5d7876273162/] Use the ps command if you need to find the PID of a process. Always try to [...]

Running Big Jobs Politely in Unix / Linux

By | August 24th, 2012|Operating Systems, UNIX - LINUX|

A "big job" is any compute-bound job which requires over one minute of CPU time to run. In order to run such jobs without drastically slowing down the entire system and inconveniencing all users, certain procedures should be followed when you are running big jobs. First, run the program in the background. Second, run only [...]