Good Documentation to Learn AIX

Posted on 2011-05-04
Last Modified: 2013-11-17
Can anyone point me to good documentation for a beginner to learn AIX? I am familiar with UNIX (basic commands and understand file system structure). Thanks experts.
Question by:Rhiaanon44
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    first of all, there are tha AIX Infocenters:



    There is the developerworks community, with much useful inormation:

    particularly the Technical Library:

    There are the IBM Redbooks, covering selected topics in depth:

    There is a nice collection of AIX commands:

    Another quite agile community portal:

    Have fun with AIX, the best proprietary Unix on the planet!


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    Thanks a million Woolmilkporc!!!

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