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Error View Hardware Configuration

View Hardware Configuration is not an accessible option on the drop down list on the Open Server SCO Relase 5.05

Why would this be and how can I work around to get into it?

Any suggestions would be appreciated!

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Unfortunately, we do not have many SCO experts around here. I will move this thread to the SCO forum in hopes that it might attract attention from any SCO experts who do drop in...
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What is it you're trying to see? What part of scoadmin are you in? If you have root privleges you could use the command hwconfig at the prompt and it will show you most of the info about your system's hardware.
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Question Trying to see

I am trying to see the modem settings..I need to change the speed from 56k to 28k..any auggestions? Thanks!
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You can change the modem speed by typing:

uuinstall

choose option 2

then choose option 4

you can change the settings there.

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