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1 BKM2MIF Student Notebook Unit 4. Files and Directories What This Unit is About This unit introduces basic concepts for files and directories. What You Should Be Able to Do After completing this unit, students should be able to: • Describe the different file types • Describe the AIX file system structure • Use both full and relative path names in a file specification • Create, delete, and list directories • Use the touch command to create an empty file How You Will Check Your Progress Accountability: • Checkpoint questions • Exercise 3 © Copyright IBM Corp.

Don't forget about the meeting today! Cc: Figure 2-10. 0 Notes: When sending mail to another user on your same system, enter mail . To send mail to a user on another computer system, it is necessary to indicate the name (the host name) of that computer. For example, mail @ © Copyright IBM Corp. 1995, 2001 Unit 2. Using the System Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM. 1  WHDP :HG -DQ    0HHWLQJ "W  )URP WHDP :HG -DQ    'DWH :HG  -DQ   )URP WHDP 7R WHDP 6XEMHFW 0HHWLQJ &F 7KHUH ZLOO EH D EULHI DQQRXQFHPHQW PHHWLQJ WRGD\ LQ URRP  DW QRRQ "G 'HOHWH PHVVDJH "T 4XLW PDLO FRPPDQG Figure 2-11.

Examples 1. To display information about who is using the local system node, enter: who Implementation Specifics This command is part of Asynchronous Terminal Emulation (ATE) Files /etc/utmp Contains user and accounting information. Figure 3-3. 0 Notes: This example shows the man who command. Note that this example has been condensed to fit on one page. 3-4 AIX 5L Basics © Copyright IBM Corp. 1995, 2001 Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.

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