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For example, suppose that one of the printers connected to your UNIX system were an Apple LaserWriter 360, located in Room 12. The system administrator might give this printer one of the following code names: al w360-12 1w360r12 rooml21w You get the idea. There are no standard rules on naming printers, so it is a good idea to ask your system administrator for the names of the printers that are part of your system. 10 Exercises Teletypes and Terminals When Thompson and Ritchie rewrote UNIX to run on the PDP- 1 for the Bell Patent Department, the primary input/output devices were Teletype terminals.
4 Getting Acquainted with the Mouse Figure 4-4 Three-button mouse. The functions of the buttons may be different on your system. You may have to experiment to discover how the buttons work on your mouse. * Left Button (Button #1). The left button is generally used for command selection and activation. This includes pulling down menus, selecting menu items, moving windows, and pressing on-screen buttons. * Middle Button (#2). On some systems, this button is used to grab and manipulate window scroll bars.
This button has traditionally been used to obtain pop-up menus. There are three ways to activate a mouse button: * Click. Press and quickly release the button. * Double-click. Press and release the button twice in rapid succession. * Drag. Press and hold the button while moving the mouse. 5 Pulling Down the Window Menu The window menu provides a number of useful commands for changing the size and position of the window. To see how this menu works-and to practice using the mouse-try resizing the xterm window: 1 Move the pointer to the window menu button.