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I'm new to HP-UX and I'm looking for helpful sites other than HPs offering.
Hope to develop administration skills..

thanks in advance,

regards,

DEN
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www.ugu.com is my favourite - Plenty of generic stuff, e.g sysadms duties, security and links to other Webring Unix sites, plus plenty of HP specific info.

I take it you've looked at http://docs.hp.com (HP release docs downloadable as PDFs [Including the sysadm guide]) and
http://europe-support2.external.hp.com/(IT resource centre - Register to get loads of useful info) as well as hp's main site?

Other useful links:
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/hp/hpux-faq/ 
http://wks.uts.ohio-state.edu/sysadm_course/html/sysadm-1.html









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See comment trail - As you haven't responded, I'll assume my tips gave you what you wanted :)
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