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2.2. Preliminary Exercises

  1. System administrators often write scripts to automate common tasks. Give several instances where such scripts would be useful.

  2. Write a script that upon invocation shows the time and date, lists all logged-in users, and gives the system uptime. The script then saves this information to a logfile.

 
 
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