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  1. Advanced Computing Research Centre (University of Bristol) : The ACRC 'Training' page that lists their High Performance Computing (HPC) workshops available in the University, with links to slides used on the courses and useful external websites. Topics include Linux/Unix and several programming languages. See their Resources page for a list of links to external tutorials in Linux/Unix, programming and technical computing.
  2. Lynda.com (a massive online learning resource) (IT Services) : NEW: Lynda.com is a leading online learning platform that provides easy-to-follow tutorials covering software, technology, creative skills and more. The University has subscribed to Lynda.com for a 1 year trial period which means that staff and research postgraduates can access Lynda.com free of charge via University Single Sign-On.
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Summary of Vi commands (vi-2)
Audience: All | Level: Any
  • Reference guide (HTML)
Intermediate Unix practical guide (unix-3)
Audience: Staff | Level: Any
  • Practical workbook (PDF)
Using the Unix screen-based editor Vi (vi-1)
Audience: Staff | Level: Specialised
  • Reference guide (HTML)

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