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Table Of Contents

Logging In
Your Login Shell
Logging Out
Keyboard Equivalents
OpenWindows Start-up Considerations
TheOPENWINHOME Environment Variable
Using the Correct Start-Up File
Starting the OpenWindows User Environment
Displaying the OpenWindows Software
If OpenWindows Won’t Display
Quitting the OpenWindows Environment
Special OpenWindows Start-up Options
Starting with Reduced Network Security
Starting with Various Monitor Types
SPARCStarting with Multiple Monitors
Basic SunOS Commands 2
The Command Prompt
Entering Commands
Correcting Typing Mistakes
Entering Multiple Commands and Long Commands
Repeating Previous Commands
Adding Command Options
Redirecting and Piping Command Output
Running Commands in the Background
Getting Help with OS Commands
Displaying Manual Pages withman
Displaying a One-line Summary withwhatis
Keyword Lookup withapropos
Working with Files and Directories 3
File Concepts
Using File Commands
Before You Begin
Creating a Test File
Listing Files (ls)
Copying Files (cp)
Moving and Renaming Files (mv)
Deleting Files (rm)
Displaying File Contents (more,cat)
Displaying File Type (file)
Directories and Hierarchy
Directory Hierarchy
Print Working Directory (pwd)
Your Home Directory
Change Working Directory (cd)
Creating a Directory (mkdir)
Relative Path Names
Moving and Renaming Directories
Copying Directories
Removing Directories (rmdir)
Looking at Differences Between Files (diff)
Comparing Three Different Files (diff3)
Usingbdiff on Large Files
File and Directory Security
Displaying Permissions and Status (ls-l)
Listing “Hidden” Files (ls-a)
Changing Permissions (chmod)
Setting Absolute Permissions
Searching Files 4
Searching for Patterns withgrep
grep as a Filter
grep with Multi-Word Strings
Searching for Lines without a Certain String
More ongrep
Searching for Metacharacters
Single or Double Quotes on Command Lines
Using a Password
Changing Your Password
Password Aging
Processes and PIDs
What Commands Are Running Now (ps)
Terminating Processes (kill)
Managing Disk Storage
Displaying Disk Usage (df -k)
Displaying Directory Usage (du)
Using thevi Editor 6
Creating a File
The Status Line
The Two Modes ofvi
Entry Mode
Command Mode
Ending a Session
Saving Changes and Quittingvi
Printing a File
Basicvi Commands
Moving Around in a File
Deleting Text
Using a Count to Repeat Commands
Usingex Commands
Turning Line Numbers On and Off
Copying Lines
Moving Lines
Deleting Lines
Searching and Replacing withvi
Finding a Character String
Refining the Search
Replacing a Character String
Going to a Specific Line
Inserting One File into Another
Editing Multiple Files
Editing a Series of Files
Copying Lines Between Files
Settingvi Parameters
Recovering from a Crash
Summary of Basicvi Commands
Using Mail 7
mailx Basics
Sending Yourself a Sample Letter
Reading Your Sample Letter
Reading Letters
Deleting (and Undeleting) Letters
Printing Letters
Sending Letters
Undeliverable Letters
Canceling an Unsent Letter
Adding Carbon and Blind Carbon Copies
Inserting a Copy of a Letter or File
Replying to a Letter
Saving and Retrieving Letters
Saving and Copying Letters in Files
Saving and Copying Letters in Folders
Reading Letters in Files and Folders
Usingvi withmailx
Mail Aliases
Setting Up Mail Aliases in.mailrc
Setting Up Mail Aliases in/etc/aliases
Tilde Commands
Getting Help: Othermailx Commands
Using Printers 8
Submitting Print Requests
Submitting Print Requests to the Default Printer
Submitting Print Requests Using a Printer Name
Requesting Notification when Printing is Complete
Printing Multiple Copies
Summary Table oflp Options
Determining Printer Status
Checking on the Status of Your Print Requests
Checking on Available Printers
Displaying All Status Information
Displaying Status for Printers
Displaying Printer Characteristics
Summary Table oflpstat Options
Canceling a Print Request
Canceling a Print Request by ID Number
Canceling a Print Request by Printer Name
Using the Network 9
Networking Concepts
Logging In Remotely (rlogin)
rlogin without a Home Directory
rlogin as Someone Else
rlogin to an Unknown Machine
Aborting anrlogin Connection
Suspending anrlogin Connection
Verifying Your Location (who am i)
Copying Files Remotely (rcp)
Copying from Another Machine to Yours
Copying from Your Machine to Another
Executing Commands Remotely (rsh)
Viewing User Information (rusers)
Initialization Files
Environment Variables
The User Profile
Setting Default File Permissions
Customizing OpenWindows Fonts
Specifying the Font Style and Point Size
Listing the Available Fonts
Calibrating Your Color Monitor
Monitor Calibration Concepts
Adjusting Your Viewing Environment
Connecting the Calibrator Puck
wTo Connect the Calibrator Puck
Running Calibrator Tool
Error Messages
Migrating to OpenWindows Version 3.3, or Later Versions A
SPARC Migrating from the SunView Environment
SPARC The.defaults and.Xdefaults Files
Migrating from a pre-Version 3.3 OpenWindows Environment
The.xinitrc File
Using the Correct Start-up File
Workspace Properties
Customizing the Workspace Menu
Making the Transition to Solaris 2.5 B
SPARC Making the Transition from SunOS 4.x
SPARC Changes Affecting SunOS 4.x Users
x86 Making the Transition from Solaris 2.1 for x86
x86 Changes affecting Users
x86 Solaris 2.5 System Administration Tools
Modifying the Keyboard C
Disabling/Enabling the Compose Key
SPARC Left-Handed Key Remapping
SPARC Using the Remapping Script
SPARC Undoing the Keyboard Remapping
x86 Function Key and Control Key Remapping
Running Networked Applications D
Usingrlogin to Run a Networked Application
More About Security
Who Should Read this Section
Access Control Mechanisms
Authorization Protocols
Manipulating Access to the Server
Running Clients Remotely, or Locally as Another User
SPARC — DECnet Internetworking (DNI) E
Setting Up DECnet Internetworking
Displaying a Remote Client on an OpenWindows Machine
Displaying a Remote Client on a VAX
Managing Your System F
Starting Admintool
Adding Yourself to the sysadmin Group
Using Admintool to Perform Common Tasks
About Managing Hosts
About Managing Printers
About Managing Serial Ports
Using PCMCIA Cards G
Copying Files with thetar Command
Copying Files
Copying Files with Volume Management Enabled
Copying Files with Volume Management Disabled
Using a PCMCIA Serial/ModemCard
PCMCIA Serial/Modem Card Device Names
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Solaris 2 x - Advanced Users Guide

Solaris 2 x - Advanced Users Guide

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