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Fundamentals of HP-UX
Supporting Platforms: HP-UX (PA-RISC, Integrity)
HP-UX Training Overview

This course teaches the basic working environment of an HP-UX system. It introduces commonly required operations that can be performed by entering commands interactively in a command terminal, along with features in the Common Desktop (CDE) graphical environment. This course supports the following platforms: HP-UX ( V11i v3)

HP-UX Training Prerequisites

This course is considered to be the basic HP-UX course. Experience with any (other) interactive system is helpful.

HP-UX Training Course duration

This course normally requires three (3) days, approximately 50% lecture and 50% lab time.

HP-UX Training Course Objectives

Each participant will learn to use Korn Shell techniques and commands to maintain collections of files, create files using interactive editor utilities, create and execute basic command procedures, communicate with other users, and tailor the interactive environment to meet their needs. Environment control using CDE graphical utilities will also be shown.

HP-UX Training Course outline

Understanding the User Environment
  • HP-UX Software Overview
  • Process Concepts
  • The Common Desktop Environment
Getting Started with the Command Language
  • Logging Into an HP-UX System
    • - Graphically through the CDE/ssh tunnel
    • - Non-graphically thru telnet or ssh
  • Shell Syntax Rules
  • Command Line Editing
  • Obtaining help using man, CDE helpview
  • Korn Shell history controls
  • Basic Network Operations
Managing Files
  • File Specification Syntax
  • Device Specifications
  • Directory Specifications
  • Using the CDE dtfile file manager
  • Regular Expressions and Special Characters
  • HP-UX Commands to Manipulate Files
    • CDE utilities to manipulate files
  • File Protection Mechanisms
Creating and Editing Text Files: Part 1
  • Using GUI-based editors (dtpad (CDE))
  • vi Editor
  • ex Editor (commands within vi)
Creating and Editing Text Files: Part 2
  • Advanced Features of the vi Editor
    • abbreviations
    • mapping keys
Improving the User Interface
  • Saving History Commands
  • Creating Command Aliases
  • Redirection of Input and Output
  • Using Hard and Symbolic Links
  • Process Control Commands
Shell Script Procedures
  • Rules for Creating Procedures
  • The .profile Procedures
  • The .kshrc Procedure
Print and Batch Mechanisms
  • The lp Commands and Options
    • Using the CDE print manager
  • The at Command and Options
Basic Archiving Techniques
  • The tar Command and Options
  • Compressing tar archives with gzip



 
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