Operating Systems SCO Looking for openserver 5.0.5 media kit Post 302251945 by Rasters on Tuesday 28th of October 2008 11:54:05 AM
SCO 5.0.5 available

I in fact do have my installation discs available and am more than willing to assist.

Here's the problem - when it comes to SCO, I'm and idiot. Please drop me a line in regards to how to properly duplicate the discs...I assume there's no infraction in doing that as licensing is separate.

I inherited an SCO system running Thoroughbred Basic and a custom application within that. I've been trying to trying to migrate the system away from SCO, but it seems I'm stuck. I've duped the failing 4GB hd, but the dupe needs registering, and I haven't found out how to do this. Secondly, is there no TCP/IP support?! I would like to move to a virtual server, but I just don't know how to copy files out!
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