Windows NT for OpenVMS professionals

by David A. Solomon

Publisher: Digital Press in Boston, Oxford

Written in English
Published: Pages: 247 Downloads: 63
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Subjects:

  • Microsoft Windows NT.,
  • VAX/VMS.,
  • OpenVMS.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 239) and index.

StatementDavid A. Solomon with Debra J. Wasserman.
ContributionsWasserman, Debra J.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQA76.76.O63
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 247 p. :
Number of Pages247
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22359106M
ISBN 101555581226

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Using SMB with OpenVMS and Linux for Disk Sharing. Windows, Linux, and OpenVMS systems have been invading each others' turf for the last 10 years. Managers and other "normal" people just expect not only that they will play together nicely, but that they will be able to share files, disks, and printers. This is a simple goal, if an unreasonable.   VMS was designed by Dave "eat your own dog food" Cutler when he was one of the top programmers at DEC. Cutler would move on also, putting his development talents to work at Microsoft, where his experience led to leadership of the Windows NT project. NT's security gains over earlier forms of Windows flowed directly out of his VMS experience. This zip file includes from FTP servers GNAT source code, compilers, and the GPS IDE along with related tools. Included are versions for Solaris (x86 and SPARC), Windows NT/9x, DOS, Tru64/DIGITAL UNIX, AIX, HP-UX, OpenVMS, OS/2, and Mac OS Classic (MachTen). Since it is normally bundled with a hardware purchase, the best way to derive it is to get a quote from Compaq for a system with VMS and then the same system with Windows-NT server or workstation.” —John Malmberg e85 “Prices for OpenVMS/Alpha systems appear to start at about $3,

Intended purpose. server/mainframe: Microsoft intends Windows NT for server use desktop/workstation: Microsoft intends Windows NT for workstation use, but recommends Windows 98 for desktop use handheld: not appropriate real time: not appropriate “Microsoft is driven to protect its monopoly on the desktop at all costs even if it means its ultimate design goals for NT must change to meet every. There's a huge amount of path dependency in how Windows, OS X and Linux came to exist as they are. In Bill Gates’s initial strategy, devised in the s, Unix was to be the core of the Microsoft platform. Microsoft’s version of Unix, called Xenix.

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This text is designed to help computer professionals who are familiar with the Open VMS operating system come up to speed on Windows NT. The book explains the base operating system capabilities of Windows NT from the user, programmer and systems manager prespectives.

Includes excerpts from five key DP OpenVMS books. Readership. UNIX and Windows NT system administrators that are transitioning to OpenVMS system management.

New users of OpenVMS who need a practical guide to start getting familiar with the system. First time system managers with no experience who are approaching OpenVMS for the first : $ His first book was Windows NT for OpenVMS Professionals.

He then authored Inside Windows NT, 2nd edition, and later, with Mark Russinovich, coauthored the 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th editions of the Windows Internals series.

VSI OpenVMS Version Installation and Upgrade Manual: Software Version: VSI OpenVMS Version for HPE Integrity Servers Publication date Mar, Document VersionDocument Number: DO–VIBHAB– The book is intended as a precursor to Baldwin's OpenVMS System Management Guide and various OpenVMS documents.

Thus it refers the reader to other books for the detailed management steps. Getting Started with OpenVMS System Management is a great introduction to the material Steve Hoffman and Dave Miller are revising for the OpenVMS System. His first book was Windows NT for OpenVMS Professionals.

He then authored Inside Windows NT, 2nd edition, and later, with Mark Russinovich, coauthored the 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th editions of the Windows Internals s:   > Windows was the first release in the NT family that had a "Personal > or Home" Edition Nope. Only has Professional edition targeting business.

XP was the first in the NT family to have a home edition. > and when it came out support for Windows 9X pretty > much faded into obscurity. XP not did that. Cutler left Digital for Microsoft in October and led the development of Windows NT. Later, he worked on targeting Windows NT to Digital's bit Alpha architecture then on Windows After the demise of Windows on Alpha (and the demise of Digital), he was instrumental in porting Windows to AMD's new bit AMD64 architecture.

Using the OpenVMS System Manager's Manual. The OpenVMS System Manager's Manual is made up of two parts. This book, OpenVMS System Manager's Manual, Volume 1: Essentials A second book, OpenVMS System Manager's Manual, Volume 2: Tuning, Monitoring, and Complex Systems Use these two books to get step-by-step instructions for general system management tasks.

The Windows NT Registry replaced Windows 3. files, providing a single place for storing application and configuration information.

To allow OpenVMS and Windows NT to interoperate, Compaq has provided a registry on OpenVMS. The author has pre-printed 1, copies of this book but will probably not publish any other OpenVMS books until these are sold. This book is intended to be a prerequisite for future publications.

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I heard the same thing in my early years in the NT group. That was the _only_ target processor in the earliest days, and development was done using cross-compilers on OS/2 PCs and a.

A centralized repository for OpenVMS based Open Source ports and Freeware. Intended to provide a focus for Open Source development on and porting to OpenVMS as well as a mechanism to prevent orphaned software in this environment. Any and all OpenVMS based Open Source and Freeware can be hosted here.

VMS-Ports is a complement to the SourceForge. Top 10 books read by IT professionals. By Matthew Jones 24 inside look at how famed developer David Cutler and a team of software developers gave so much of their lives to create Windows NT.

If you've been in IT for a while, you remember when Windows NT was released in July and how, as the first fully bit version of Windows, it began to change the world of IT professionals.

Inside Windows NT was the first book ever published about Windows NT and provided key insights into the architecture and design of the system. Inside Windows NT, Second Edition (Microsoft Press, ) was written by David Solomon. It updated the original book to cover Windows NT and had a greatly increased level of technical depth.

Microsoft has released patches to address this issue. Note that Windows NT Workstation reached its end of life on June 30th, Because of this, Microsoft has not released a supported NT Workstation patch.

The Windows NT Server patch may work on NT Workstation, however, this has not been tested nor is it supported by Microsoft. Title Author Publisher; UNIX for VMS Users: Philip Bourne: Butterworth-Heinemann (former: Digital Press) Windows NT for OpenVMS Professionals: David A.

Solomon, Debra J. Wasserman. In October Dave Cutler, as well as ~40 of his DEC staff, were hired by Microsoft to incorporate VMS 4.x concepts into a new bit GUI OS which became known as Windows-NT (new technology). This technology later morphed into Windows, Windows-XP, Windows Server Editionetc.

David A. Solomon has 20 books on Goodreads with ratings. David A. Solomon’s most popular book is Windows® Internals, Part 1: Covering Windows Server. well the command that was the most use to me when i was learning VMS last year was "HELP" it will give you all of the commands that you can use and also how to use them.

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He defines areas of OpenVMS System Management and describes why each is important and how it fits into the larger management task. Windows NT はマイクロソフトが開発した32ビット オペレーティングシステムである。 Windows NT系の最初のオペレーティングシステムで、英語版は年 7月27日にリリースされた。 NT系列の最初のバージョンであるが、「NT 」の名称はWindows のブランド拡張を狙って命名された。.

He is the co-author of Windows Internals, 4th edition, the official Microsoft Press book on Windows kernel internals, as well as the previous edition, Inside Windows David also wrote Inside Windows NT, 2nd edition, and Windows NT for OpenVMS Professionals.The remainder of this chapter is an OpenVMS tutorial.

It is brief and includes references for the reader who is interested in more details. This is information about OpenVMS that a manager, but not necessarily the unprivileged user, must know. Therefore, this section supplements the introductory topics found in most OpenVMS tutorials.