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2.5. Exercises

Most of what we learn is by making mistakes and by seeing how things can go wrong. These exercises are made to get you to read some error messages. The order in which you do these exercises is important.

Don't forget to use the Bash features on the command line: try to do the exercises typing as few characters as possible!

2.5.1. Connecting and disconnecting

  • Determine whether you are working in text or in graphical mode.

    I am working in text/graphical mode. (cross out what's not applicable)

  • Log in with the user name and password you made for yourself during the installation.

  • Log out.

  • Log in again, using a non-existent user name

    -> What happens?

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