CS 371 and NET 371 - UNIX (Programming Environment) - Fall 2015
CS 250 (Data Structure I)
Dr. Hoang Bui, Assistant Professor, School of Computer Science
Email: h-bui at wiu dot edu
Office: 447L Stipes Hall
MWF 9:00am-9:50am, 132 Stipes Hall
Additional office hours are available by appointment.
Office hours are subjected to change. Any changes will be updated on the course website.
This course will introduce UNIX environment to students. Students will
learn about history of UNIX and reflect on its philosophy. Students
will become familiar with UNIX terminal and be able to use some basic
UNIX commands. This course will also give students a deep understand on
how UNIX systems operate. Course topics include pipes, file system and
shell scripting. Additionally, students will also write, compile, and
run several C programs that invoke system calls.
Required: Eric Raymond, The Art of Unix Programming, Addison-Wesley, 1st edition.
Required: Brian W. Kernighan and Rob Pike, The Unix Programming Environment, Prentice-Hall, 1st edition.