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AIX Basics
AIX Training Overview

This course teaches the basic working environment of an IBM AIX system. It introduces commonly required operations that can be performed by entering commands interactively in a command terminal, along with functions available in the Common Desktop Environment (CDE). This course is taught for the following IBM AIX platforms: POWER4+ , all AIX operating system versions.

AIX Training Prerequisites

This course is considered to be the basic IBM AIX course. Experience with any (other) interactive system is helpful.

AIX Training Course duration

This course normally requires three (3) days, approximately 50% lecture and 50% lab time.

AIX Training Course Objectives

Each student will be able to use Korn Shell techniques and commands to maintain collections of files, create files using interactive editor utilities, create and execute basic command procedures, communicate with other users, and tailor the interactive environment to meet their needs. Environment control using the CDE graphical utilities will also be shown.

AIX Training Course outline

Understanding the User Environment

    Unix / AIX Software Overview
    Process Concepts
    The Common Desktop Environment GUI

Getting Started with the Command Language

    Logging Into a UNIX System
        - Graphically through the CDE
        - Non-graphically thru telnet or ssh
    Shell Syntax Rules
    Command Line Editing
    Obtaining help using man and CDE helpview
    Korn shell history control
    Basic Network Operations

Managing Files

    File Specification Syntax
    Device Specifications
    Directory Specifications
    Using the CDE dtfile manager
    Regular Expressions and Special Characters
    AIX Commands to Manipulate Files
        CDE utilities to manipulate files
    File Protection Mechanisms

Creating and Editing Text Files: Part 1

    Using GUI-based editors (dtpad)
    vi Editor
    ex Editor (commands within vi)

Creating and Editing Text Files: Part 2

    Advanced Features of the vi Editor
        abbreviations
        mapping keys
        Alternatives to vi (vim, nedit)

Improving the User Interface

    Saving History Commands
    Creating Command Aliases
    Redirection of Input and Output
    Using Hard and Symbolic Links
    Process Control Commands

Shell Script Procedures

    Rules for Creating Procedures
    The .profile Procedures
    The .kshrc Procedure

Print and Batch Mechanisms

    The lpr and lp Commands and Qualifiers
        Using the CDE print manager
    The at Command and Qualifiers

Basic Archiving Techniques

    The tar Command and Options
    Compressing tar archives with gzip



 
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