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In this course we explain how a user can control his processes. Besides all these properties the shell is a programming language. You can write shell scripts to create and tailor commands. Writing simple shell scripts is one additional topic in this course. 1-12 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. 1 BKM2MIF Instructor Guide Instructor Notes: Purpose — Explain the term shell. Details — Explain as described in the notes.
Mail -f displays a listing of the messages in your personal mailbox. When you quit the mail program, undeleted messages are written back to this file. 2-22 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. 1 BKM2MIF Instructor Guide Instructor Notes: Purpose — To define how incoming mail can be accessed and manipulated. Details — The user is informed that new mail items have arrived when the [YOU HAVE NEW MAIL] message is displayed.
Details — The user is informed that new mail items have arrived when the [YOU HAVE NEW MAIL] message is displayed. Note that this message does not get automatically displayed as soon as the incoming mail arrives, but that the shell does a check on all the mailboxes, by default once every 600 seconds. This value can be customized by the system administrator by modifying the MAILCHECK variable. If it detects a new piece of mail, then it displays the message (which itself can be customized by the system administrator).
AIX 5L Basics. Instructor Guide