AIX (Advanced Interactive eXecutive, pronounced "a i ex") is a series of proprietary Unix operating systems developed and sold by IBM for several of its computer platforms.

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How to run a fresh version of AIX in a Virtual Machine with a Linux host?

I need to learn about AIX, and I only have a laptop with Fedora 14/VirtualBox on it. Is there any chance that I could run an AIX guest in my VirtualBox? My laptop has an Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU ...
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Is there any way to check df -k hanging for nfs mount issues?

I am trying to write a script for such failure scenarios. In a scenario where maybe, if remote connection is lost, df waits for the remote server to respond (looks like df is hanging). I know I could ...
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Qemu & AIX 6.1 - what am i missing?

I have a Fedora 14 i386 / T7100 C2D HP notebook. I need to run e.g.: AIX 6.1 on it for testing purposes. I installed a VirtualBox on this Fedora machine. I installed a guest os in the VirtualBox. ...
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sshd process inoperative

I have an AIX server which suddenly stopped servicing SSH connections. When I try to start the service through startsrc -s sshd it says: 0513-059 The sshd Subsystem has been started. Subsystem PID is ...
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Mail command to send attachements

I tried the below command uuencode data.txt | mailx –s “Test Mail” “mrp@xyz.com” But I get the below error ksh: uuencode: not found. Null Message body; hope that' ok which clearly tell that ...
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On AIX 6100-05-02-1034 how can I create custom umask for a specific directory?

On AIX 6100-05-02-1034 how can I create custom umask for a specific directory?
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What could cause which to not show something in the path?

There is an executable in my path that I believe is a perl script. >$scriptname $outputofscript but >which $scriptname which: 0652-141 There is no $scriptname in $path and the path it ...
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How to search files where two different words exist?

I'm looking for a way to search files where two word instances exist in the same file. I've been using the following to perform my searches up to this point: find . -exec grep -l "FIND ME" {} \; ...