Timed for publication just as RS/6000 becomes the top-selling workstation, this guide meets the growing need for guidance on the workstation's software applications. AIX/6000 Applications Guide will be for the RS/6000 what Baritz's guide is for AS/400 users. It offers a thorough overview of operating system issues, advanced systems, and user interface topics. Scores of helpful figures, tables, and examples give users a solid grounding in running the system, accounting and performance management, networking and communications, problem diagnosis, and more. Of special note is the coverage of networking that includes a section on TCP/IP. Also provided are qQuick Startq tips that enable users to be functional at the workstation immediately.11.10.4 Using HCON The user invokes the emulator by entering e789 ? at the AIX terminal. ... A common reason for having two sessions is to start a concurrent terminal and printer emulation sessions. ... are directed to files that are local to the user who is doing the customizing. ... First, the user records all of the events performed during a login on an AUTOLOG form; this can be found in file Networkinganbsp;...
|Title||:||AIX/6000 System Guide|
|Author||:||H. Frank Cervone, Frank H. Cervone|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Companies - 1996|