A Short Tutorial for the UNIX System for the JEOL JBX-9300FS Console
When you login to the console, you might see a desktop
similar to the one shown in Fig. 1. Notice that unlike Windows® the desktop
here consists of a tab at the bottom which you can use to select different
options. Also notice that you have the option of switching between four
different desktops, “ebxmenu”, “STAY OUT”, “achk/jbxfiler”, and “jdf/sdf”.
Each of these desktops is dedicated to a set of applications as suggested by
their names. Of course, be sure that you’re NEVER in the “STAY OUT” desktop.
desktop of the console and a zoomed-in view of the different desktops.
home directory is /usr/users/eb0/ebtest/. To check the current directory in
the terminal window, type “pwd”.
- To edit your job-deck or schedule file,
you need to open the text editor. To do this, click on the icon on the tab
that has a note-pad with a pencil on it (Fig. 1).
open a terminal window, click on the small arrow above the “notepad” icon,
Fig. 2. This brings up a “Personal Applications” menu. Now click on the
- In the
terminal window, you need to know a basic set of commands to move around.
These are as follows.
- ls - list
files in current folder
- cd directory1 - change to directory
- mv file1 file2 – moves file1 to file2
- cd - changes to home directory if
there is no argument to "cd"
- cp file1 file2 - copy
file1 to file2
- rm file1 - remove/delete file1
- & - the "&" at
the end of any command forks the process to run in the background
- pwd - list
the present working directory
sure to use the following directories for your pattern and job files.
- pattern directory
- job directory
2. To open a terminal
window, click on the small arrow above the “notepad” icon.