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ALSO CALLED: Shells
DEFINITION: A tty command in Linux and other Unix-like operating systems is a shell command that can be entered interactively or as part of a script to determine whether the output for the script is a terminal (that is, to an interactive user) or to some other destination such as another program or a printer.
UNIX Shells Reports
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UNIX to Red Hat Enterprise Linux: Is Now the Time?
sponsored by Red Hat
PRODUCT OVERVIEW: This informative brochure discusses the current state of UNIX systems and why organizations are migrating their legacy UNIX systems to Linux platforms. Read on to discover the benefits of this migration and how you can help prepare your business for the future.
Posted: 26 Nov 2018 | Published: 26 Nov 2018

Red Hat

Presentation Transcript: New economies of Unix mission critical computing
sponsored by HP & Intel®
PRESENTATION TRANSCRIPT: In this presentation transcript learn why moving to Unix can help address concerns of uptime, flexibility and improved service levels when managing mission critical systems.
Posted: 11 Apr 2011 | Published: 11 Apr 2011

HP & Intel®
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