Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 25th Oct 2006 19:06 UTC
General Unix AIX has a vast array of commands that enable you to do a multitude of tasks. Depending on what you need to accomplish, you use only a certain subset of these commands. There are a few core commands that you commonly use. This article will cover some of the core commands with the intent to provide a list that you can use as a ready reference.
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Need more like this
by jakesdad on Wed 25th Oct 2006 20:33 UTC
jakesdad
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2005-12-28

This is a great. We need more like this for each Unix out there.

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RE: Need more like this
by Tyr. on Wed 25th Oct 2006 16:17 UTC in reply to "Need more like this"
Tyr. Member since:
2005-07-06

This is a great. We need more like this for each Unix out there.

Rosetta stone for Unix : http://bhami.com/rosetta.html ( A Sysadmin's Unixersal Translator )

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RE[2]: Need more like this
by Quag7 on Thu 26th Oct 2006 07:02 UTC in reply to "RE: Need more like this"
Quag7 Member since:
2005-07-28

Fantastic link - bookmarked..

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RE[2]: Need more like this
by fak3r on Thu 26th Oct 2006 14:24 UTC in reply to "RE: Need more like this"
fak3r Member since:
2006-04-12

Thank you! Bookmarked here too. Every day at work I'm in Linux, AIX, Solaris and sometimes HP-UX; knowing how to do X in Unix Y is always a trip through Google, but this looks much faster.

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Best tip for AIX I ever recieved
by Sphinx on Thu 26th Oct 2006 02:01 UTC
Sphinx
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2005-07-09

smit keeps a log of all the commands it executes, do something with smit, read the smit log, man and make a script out of it.

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