Name: [1364] Chris Lasher
Member: 82 months
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Description: I'm a graduate student in the `Genetics, Bioinformatics, and Computational Biology (GBCB) <http://www.grads.vt.edu/academics/programs/gbcb/phd_gbcb.html>`_ program at `Virginia Tech <http://www.vt.edu/>`_ In my research, I try to uncover dynamic links between biological processes by mining high-thro ...

Shell Basics 5 [ID:270] (5/13)

in series: Software Carpentry - Shell Basics

video tutorial by Chris Lasher, added 06/07

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  • using shell history
  • making and removing directories
  • wildcards

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Great so far!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Awesome!


10. Vignesh R Sun, 28 Feb 2010 12:57

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Good stuff Chris. I would recommend rehearsing the video for error/accident removal. I would like to see much more of your videos following a flow that builds learning and logic; especially like a real world Linux Administrator work-flow. Any videos on Perl, PHP and Ruby, etc.? I would like to see them as well.

Thank you for your time, effort and videos.


8. anonymous Sat, 28 Nov 2009 14:15

Thanks for the video.


7. anonymous Tue, 08 Sep 2009 13:16

rm -r

instead of rm /directory/*


6. anonymous Mon, 24 Aug 2009 13:47

Chris,

Great job --this tutorial is very clear and quick, great for beginners who can luck upon it before running up against the thousands of other poorly-considered tutorials online. Best of luck with your research and Python/Linux endeavors.

Jason Weed

yale '11


5. anonymous Sun, 19 Apr 2009 20:44

I want it. I need it. I wants some more of it!


rm * --- dangerous.


awesome... i love this site.. looking forward for more such videos in gimp, C and java


Great! I'm glad this series helps!


These videos are amazing.. so much better then searching through endless pages of jargon! Keep up the good work


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