To run X window SAS, simply type sas & under a unix prompt. To run batch SAS, type sas code.sas & where "code.sas" is the filename of your sas code and the output will be stored in "code.lst". To run command-line SAS, type sas -nodms at which point SAS is running and waiting for a user to type SAS commands. When finished, type endsas; to get out SAS. The CSCAR guide to using SAS on unix and other plateforms is an excellent resource for Unix users.
Install a licensed copy of SAS on your PC if you do not have one - CASE currently offers 200 free copies to students. Go to the software center to get this done.Here is a sample SAS code wirtten by Scott Snyder.
To run SAS on your PC, simply * open the SAS * load the SAS code from your local driver or from my webpage * click the "run" button to run the code