Completely updated and revised, The OpenVMS User's Guide continues to be the prime resource for new and non-technical users on how to use OpenVMS and customize it to their working environment. For more proficient users, the book serves as a quick look-up reference. The book begins with an introduction to the OpenVMS operating system and its built-in functions, and then provides a thorough explanation of OpenVMS files and directories, use of DCL, and how to edit files using EVE and EDT. It also discusses how to create command procedures and the Mail and Phone utilities. New to this edition are additional insights into application development and sending e-mail to remote notes via the Internet, remote logins and file transfers. Each chapter is liberally sprinkled with learning aids including summaries and tables of commands, exercises, and review quizzes. Completely covers the OpenVMS operating system - from logging in to creating command procedures, with thorough discussions of files and directories Covers both EVE and EDT editors in detail Shows how to customize your working environmentYou can start a recovery operation after a system crash on a hard-copy terminal when you were working on a VT200 or VT100 terminal. 15. EDT will not activate successfully if there is not enough disk storage to create the journal file. 16.
|Title||:||The OpenVMS User's Guide|
|Publisher||:||Digital Press - 1998|