Linked by Eugenia Loli on Thu 3rd Jul 2008 07:21 UTC, submitted by BlueVoodoo
General Unix The IBM AIX operating system has kept to what's important: stability, functionality, robustness. And it has done it by keeping a strong command-line interface (CLI). If you never learned to use the CLI or need a refresher on its basics, read on.
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AIX = AIn't uniX
by MobyTurbo on Thu 3rd Jul 2008 08:15 UTC
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I assume they don't give a tutor in AIX's registry (!), or other oddities of it's implementation of Unix. :-)

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RE: AIX = AIn't uniX
by RaisedFist on Thu 3rd Jul 2008 09:24 in reply to "AIX = AIn't uniX"
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RTFA and then comment!

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RE[2]: AIX = AIn't uniX
by MobyTurbo on Thu 3rd Jul 2008 10:55 in reply to "RE: AIX = AIn't uniX"
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RTFA and then comment!

Um, it certainly didn't talk about anything but the Korn shell, a common feature to all modern SysV Unix. Care to tell me where it brings up AIX's quirks?

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