By Philip Bourne, Richard Holstein and Joseph McMullen (Auth.)
UNIX for OpenVMS clients, 3E, makes it effortless to determine what OpenVMS and UNIX have in universal, and to move your wisdom and adventure in OpenVMS over to the area of UNIX.
Since most department stores depend upon a couple of working procedure, it really is serious for procedure directors and executives to appreciate the similarities and variations among structures, to allow them to simply paintings in either environments whereas taking complete good thing about the instruments and functions to be had on every one. This booklet deals OpenVMS pros a concise resource of knowledge, as a way to quick convey their services to undergo on UNIX dossier administration, email, networking, and security.
This re-creation of the e-book is more desirable with up to date references to VMS, contains feedback made through readers of past variants, and especially, acknowledges different UNIX implementations as well as HP's Tru64.
· contains huge additions to the sections on VMS logical names, at the emacs editor, and on shell programming and Perl
· Describes the interfaces universal to either working platforms, with appendices protecting command and editor summaries
· provides emphasis on Linux