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Problem Definition:-
An open and distributed command-line interface for accessing many UNIX, NT, and Linux machines in parallel using UNIX like commands with network capability. The product offers distributed, cross-platform access to crucial systems across the enterprise using a familiar command-line interface. With this, Machines can access thousands of remote UNIX, NT and Linux servers. This changes the paradigm of physically logging onto machines, one machine at a time to manage. This significantly improves labor productivity and system availability.
Objectives:-
1. Implementing UNIX like Commands and Utilities (as in UNIX manual 1 AT & T Bell Labs) with network capability for heterogeneous platforms.
2. Command sets implemented as Shared Library not executables.
3. Providing Common code base across all platforms
4. Shell –a distributed network shell is provided.
5. Remote execution.
6. Tunneling
Hardware Requirements :-
LAN Card (Ethernet Card) 10/100 Ethernet Card.
 HUB.
 General Computer Configuration.
Software Requirements :-
 GNU/LINUX
 Version : RHL 9.0 or above
 Vendor : Red Hat
 Usage : Operating System
 Kernel Version : 2.4 and above
 Windows
 Version : 98
 Vendor : Microsoft
 Usage : Operating System
 Cygwin Usage :Compilation Tool for windows
: Cygwin1.dll required as a support for windows
C
 Usage : Programming Language
 GCC
 Usage :Compilation
 Version :2.9 or above
 POSIX Thread Support
Interactivity:-
• In this project a generic interface has been provided that will
Not vary with the operating system.
• Interactivity has been provided by a well programmed shell.
Usability:-
• Can be used on any operating system which adhere to the single UNIX specification (Version 2 and 3).

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