students in the Computational Physics Course, and all students in the
Accelerator Laboratory, must do the items in boxes as pre-course assignments.
Starting off In Linux
Hat Linux Installation Guide : recommended early on
Red Hat Linux Reference Guide
Linux Documentation Project HOWTO's
: Local version from LDP:2001/12/23 (as you need it )
Linux Customisation Primer
Linux Security Guide
Linux System Administrators Primer
The Linux Documentation Project for a complete
up-to-date set of docs
organized by package (browse your own machine (go to file:/usr/doc) )
Experimental GNU Compiler System : This is the compiler system
we have installed
- Start Programming
in C with Linux : extract from Computational Physics Course of Dr
the material from the notes above using the simple example described here.
This is written for programmers
who like the vi editor ...... you can actually use any editor you
- Here is a nice C++ in 21 Days.
- How to do simple I/O in
Linux Fortran Information Page
Various C/C++ links by SJFlocal and on
the net One of the best C/C++ compendium out there on the World Wide
Glug's prorgamming link
: When you are better at Linux and Programming
Some useful manuals
We are now using ........
(you need to learn this).
- Paw Tutorial (last updated
- for the tutorial and
18.1.2000 for the manual): Local,
- PAW example files :
- GEANT Tutorial : at CERN
- Its not so easy to compile the examples
.... down load them here, and use our build file from here (Fror RH6.1 and asisftp
from Schonlands WWW server
Last Updated 8.4.2003 Simon Connell