This course enables students to perform everyday user tasks using the AIX operating system. Learn about the major functions available within shells, variables and quoting metacharacters, processes and their environments, how users’ environments can be customized, useful commands, and basic shell programming.
This is a self-paced course that has hands-on exercises, which the student performs in simulated lab environments.
This course is suitable for anyone who requires basic AIX user skills.
This course is the follow-on to AIX User Essentials (AN201WG).
Students attending this course should be familiar with basic information technology (IT) concepts and the role of an operating system. They should also have skills equivelent to what is taught in AIX User Essentials (AN201WG).
•Using shell variables
•Customizing the user environment
•Additional shell features
•The AIX graphical user interface
After completing this course, you should be able to:
•Execute common AIX commands and manage AIX processes
•Customize the working environment
•Use common AIX utilities
•Write simple shell scripts
•Use the AIXWindows environment
•Use the Common Desktop Environment