AIX 7.1 Essentials

This course teaches basic and advanced topics in AIX. The AIX Essentials course provides students with the necessary knowledge and skills to use components of the AIX desktop system, manage files and directories, create and modify files, control the user work environment, archive files, and use remote commands. In addition, this course explains fundamental command-line features of the AIX Operating System, including file system navigation, the vi text editor, file permissions, access control lists (ACLs), command shells, file compression, basic network use, and reading shell scripts.
Student should have basic computer skills: able to use a computer monitor, keyboard and mouse.
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
  • Overview of the UNIX Operating System
  • Establishing Communication
  • Introduction to the Filing System
  • File Management
  • UNIX Permissions
  • User Administration
  • Redirection Filters and Pipes
  • Unix Editors
  • The Korn-shell and BASH User Environments
  • Using Aliases and Functions
  • Command Editing and Command History
  • System Status and Command Information
  • Multitasking Capabilities
  • Advanced File Management
  • Command line database processing
  • Backing Up User Data
  • Printing
  • Introduction to shell scripts

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