Unix for Mac OS X: How to Use the Exercise Files


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Using the exercise files

If you are a premium member of the lynda.com Training Library or if you're watching this tutorial on a disc, you'll have access to the Exercise Files that are used throughout this title. The Exercise Files for this title are arranged by chapter and by movie, and you can find the Exercise Files that correspond movie that you're watching by first looking for the chapter number and then the movie number. You'll want to copy the contents of that folder into your user directory or to another convenient location. It's always a good idea to make a copy so that you still have the original to refer back to if you make changes.

To do this on my Mac I open up a new window using Command+N, which by default opens in my user directory, and then I can simply Option+Drag over the folder contents from the Exercise Files to create a copy. Once you do that your files will be the same as mine at the start of that movie and you'd be able to follow right along with me from there. For so...

Using the exercise files
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Using the exercise files provides you with in-depth training on IT. Taught by Kevin Skoglund as part of the Unix for Mac OS X Users

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IT
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Mac OS X Unix
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