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Welcome to SDF User Contributed Tutorials Public Access UNIX System; A non-commercial Internet community

This is a shared, member contributed, set of tutorials for existing and potential SDF users who are interested in the INTERNET, the UNIX operating system, and programming languages. The purpose of this wiki is to help new users learn about the SDF Public Access UNIX System and UNIX through practical and useful examples.

Initially, this was a subset of the information from the HTML1) tutorials at → tutorials.

It's expected that the wiki content will grow and change. If you have SDF wiki access, please write additional tutorials, migrate traditional tutorial content updates/changes, or port new upcoming traditional tutorial content. If you aren't familiar with wikis, here are some instructions to help get you started. Copies of the SDF traditional tutorial import data 2) was kindly provided by contributing members of SDF.

If you would like to be able to edit this tutorial wiki, email (mailto link).


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misc: A wiki namespace for other things –have some non-tutorial, not-about SDF things to wikify? Here's a place for it.

Some other things:

Tutorial Wiki Playground

You can mess around on the wiki in the playground namespace, which is separate from and won't affect the main wiki. So if you want to practice before making changes to the wiki, go there and mess with it however you want (remember the wiki has version tracking, so even egregious changes can be undone rather quickly!)

One thing in the playground is an idea for a different front page: Playground Proposed Front Page: Welcome to SDF User Contributed Tutorials, check it out and let folks know if you like it on the TUTORIALS board in bboard


Spreading the word about SDF

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Something of a html2docuwiki dump of the traditional HTML tutorials exists here. It was useful for replicating content in this wiki.
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