This is a clear, friendly AIX guide that helps you get started -- and becomes even more useful as your experience grows! Completely updated to reflect AIX 4.3's hottest features, it includes dozens of new productivity tips from IBM insiders. You'll find detailed coverage of 64-bit scalability, Y2K readiness, Internet integration, and Web-based system management. Here are authoritative answers for installation, configuration, peripheral support, Internet connectivity, troubleshooting, and more. And if you're migrating to AIX from DOS or Windows, you'll appreciate the book's specific comparisons with the systems you kw.
Casey Cannon is Network Computing Planner at IBM in Austin, TX, and author of PowerPC: Concepts, Architecture and Design and co-author of Building a Better Data Warehouse, both from Prentice Hall PTR. Carolyn Jones is an AIX Project Manager for IBM in Austin, TX. She has worked on AIX since its inception, in programming, architecture and management. Scott Trent is an AIX Kernel Developer for IBM in Austin, TX. He has extensive experience with UNIX base commands and libraries development.