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Table Of Contents

1.1 UNIX Shells
1.2 Logging In and Out of HP-UX
1.3 Home Directory
1.4 Using HP-UX Commands
1.5 Shell Startup Files
1.6 Some Simple HP-UX Commands
2.1 Basic Operations on Files
2.2 File Naming Rules
2.3 Working with Directories
2.4 Copying and Moving Files
2.5 Wildcards
2.6 File Types
2.7 Searching File Contents
2.8 Finding Files
2.9 Miscellaneous File Handling Commands
3.1 Environment and Shell Variables
3.3 Predefined Environment Variables
3.4 Exporting Shell Variables
3.5 Setting the Command Prompt
3.6 The PATH Variable
4.1 Redirecting Standard Output
4.2 Redirecting Standard Input
4.3 Redirecting Standard Error
4.4 Redirecting Standard Input, Output, and Error Simultaneously
4.5 Pipes and How They Are Used
5.1 Modes Used in vi
5.2 Starting and Stopping vi
6.2 Position Specifiers
6.3 Meta Characters
6.4 Standard and Extended Regular Expressions
7.1 Who Are UNIX Users
7.2 Types of File Permissions
7.3 Modifying File Permissions
7.4 Default File Permissions
7.5 Changing the Owner and Group of a File
7.6 Special File Permissions
7.7 Finding Files Having a Particular Set of File Permissions
7.8 Access Control Lists
7.9 Miscellaneous Commands
8.1 Static and Dynamic Files
8.2 The Root Directory ( / )
8.3 The Device Directory (/dev)
8.4 The /etc Directory
8.5 The Home Directory (/home)
8.6 The System Binary Directory (/sbin)
8.7 The /stand Directory
8.8 The /net Directory
8.9 The Application Directory (/opt)
8.10 The Temporary File Directory (/tmp)
8.11 The /usr Directory
8.12 The Variable Files Directory (/var)
8.13 The lost+found Directory
8.14 Some Useful Commands Related to File System Hierarchy
9.1 POSIX Shell Capabilities
9.2 File Name Completion
9.3 History and Reentering Commands
9.4 Command Line Editing
9.5 Substitution
9.6 Setting Terminal Parameters
9.7 Job Control
10.1 Anatomy of a Shell Program
10.2 Using Variables
10.3 Command Line Arguments
10.4 Interactive Shell Programs
10.5 Exit Codes
10.6 The test Command
10.7 Branching
11.1 Arithmetic and Logic Operations
11.2 The while-do-done Loop
11.3 The until-do-done Loop
11.4 The for-do-done Loop
11.5 Breaking a Loop
11.6 Text Processing
12.1 Why Use SAM?
12.2 Starting and Stopping SAM
12.3 A Sample SAM Session
12.4 SAM Log Files
12.5 Restricted Use of SAM by Non-Root Users
13.1 Introduction to HP Workstations and Servers
13.2 Installing HP-UX
13.3 Guided Installation
13.4 Advanced Installation
13.5 Initial System Configuration
14.1 Introduction to the Boot Process
14.2 Processor Dependent Code
14.3 Boot Area on the System Disk
14.4 Initial System Loader
14.5 Loading the HP-UX Kernel
14.6 The init Process
14.7 Runlevels
14.8 Adding a Program to Run at Boot Time
14.9 System Shutdown
15.1 Software Packaging Structure
15.2 Listing Installed Software
15.3 Installing New Software
15.4 Removing Software
15.5 Verifying Installed Software
15.6 Managing Software Depots
15.7 HP-UX Patches
15.8 Installing and Removing Patches
15.9 SD-UX Commands
16.1 Why Reconfigure the Kernel?
16.2 The Reconfiguration Process
16.4 Booting from the Old Kernel
16.5 Common Kernel Tunable Parameters
16.6 Using SAM to Reconfigure the Kernel
17.1 Devices and Physical Paths
17.2 Device Files
17.3 SCSI Device File Naming Convention
17.4 Listing Installed Devices
17.5 Creating Device Files
17.6 Installing a New Device
17.7 Terminals and Modems
18.1 Disk Devices and Their Configuration
18.2 Introduction to Logical Volume Manager
18.3 Listing and Creating Logical Volumes
18.4 Introduction to File Systems
18.5 The HighPerformance File System
18.6 The Journaled File System
18.7 Creating a New File System
18.8 Mounting and Unmounting a File System
18.9 Managing a File System
18.10 File System Repair
18.11 Important LVM Commands
19.1 Managing Users
19.2 Managing Groups
19.3 The Password File (/etc/passwd)
19.4 The Group File (/etc/group)
19.5 The Skeleton Directory (/etc/skel)
19.6 Using SAM for User and Group Management
20.1 Process Table
20.2 Process States
20.3 Listing Processes
20.4 Sending Signals to Processes
20.5 Process Nice Values
20.6 Some Useful Commands
21.1 Introduction to the Printing System
21.2 Types of Printers
21.3 Directory Hierarchy of the Printing System
21.4 Adding a Printer
21.5 Managing Print Queues
21.6 Print Job Priorities
21.7 Troubleshooting
22.1 System Memory and Swap Space
22.2 Types of Swap Space
22.3 Creating Swap Space
22.4 Monitoring Swap Space
22.5 Swap Space Priorities and Performance
23.1 Types of Backup
23.2 Methods of Backup and Restore
23.3 Using fbackup and frecover
23.4 Using tar
23.5 Using SAM to Back Up and Restore Data
23.6 Using Ignite-UX
24.1 Introduction to cron
24.2 Automating Jobs Using the crontab Command
24.3 Automating Jobs Using the at Command
25.1 Tools Used for Performance Monitoring
25.2 Using GlancePlus
26.1 Network Terminology
27.1 Network Topologies
27.2 Network Hardware Components
27.3 MAC Addresses
27.4 Access Methods
27.5 Ethernet and IEEE 802.3
27.6 Token Ring and IEEE 802.5
27.7 FDDI
28.1 Introduction to TCP/IP
28.2 Building an IP Network
28.3 TCP and UDP Protocols
28.4 Ports and Sockets
29.1 Configuring LAN Adapters
29.2 Configuring an IP Address to a LAN Adapter
29.3 Adding Routes
29.4 Using SAM to Configure a LAN Adapter
29.5 Troubleshooting LAN Connectivity
30.2 Starting Internet Services
30.3 Using SAM to Manage Network Services
31.1 Host Name to IP Address Mapping
31.2 Name Resolution Methods
31.3 Introduction to the Domain Name System
31.4 Configuring the Primary DNS
31.5 Configuring the Secondary DNS
31.6 Configuring the Caching DNS
31.7 Configuring the DNS Client
31.8 Using SAM to Configure DNS
32.1 NIS Concepts
32.2 Configuring NIS
32.3 Managing NIS
32.4 Controlling Access
32.5 Using SAM to Configure NIS
33.1 NFS Concepts
33.2 Configuring an NFS Server
33.3 Configuring an NFS Client
33.4 NFS Daemons
33.5 Troubleshooting
34.1 Automounter Maps
34.2 Configuring Automounter
35.1 Introduction to NTP
35.2 Configuring the NTP Server
35.3 Configuring an NTP Client
35.4 Using SAM to Configure NTP
36.1 Routine Uses of a Network
36.4 Routine Tasks
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