Many administration activities that work on other UNIX-derived operating systems, such as Linux and Solaris, work without change on AIX. But user administration commands are an exception. IBM has its own unique commands that operate similarly to legacy UNIX, but you have to know the equivalents. For example, rather than the UNIX standard "adduser" command, AIX has "mkuser." This cheat sheet gives you a quick guide to the differences so that you can exploit user ...

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