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If you install the AIX Toolbox for Linux applications, two more graphical user interfaces are supported. These are the KDE and Gnome desktops. 1-16 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 — Introduce the desktops that are explained in the course. Details — Explain as described in the notes. Transition Statement — We have no lab in this unit: Therefore let's do the checkpoint questions.
The same command can be used to receive the incoming mail. Let's see how this is achieved. © 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.
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 describe the login and logout process. Details — A user must supply at the minimum a valid user ID. If a password has been set up for the user, then they will be prompted for this as well. If the user's password has been set up by the system administrator, the first time that the user logs in, they will be prompted to change their password.