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2. Click the right mouse button in the CDE desktop background. 3. Open a terminal window from the Tools section of the Workspace Menu. 4. Name the two components of command-line syntax that can enhance the capability of a command. ________________________________________________ 5. What command displays information about the operating system and the workstation name? ________________________________________________ Execute the man uname command, and determine what the options -s and -r do. 6. a.

Logging In Using the CDE Login Screen Assign user names and passwords and have the students log in to their systems. To log in to a desktop session from the CDE Login screen, execute the following: 1. Type your user name in the text field. Press Return or click OK. 2. Type your password in the password text field. Press Return or click OK. If the login attempt fails, a dialog box appears stating: Login incorrect; please try again. 3. Exit your CDE login session by clicking EXIT, located on the front panel.

1 Entering Multiple Commands on a Single Command Line You can enter multiple commands on a command line by using a semicolon (;). The shell recognizes the semicolon as a command separator. The shell executes each command from left to right when you press Return. The command format for multiple commands is: command option argument;command option argument The following example shows two commands separated by a semicolon. $ date;uname Thu May 30 15:24:03 MDT 2002 SunOS Using Command-Line Features and Help Resources Copyright 2002 Sun Microsystems, Inc.

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