Operating Systems SCO Looking for openserver 5.0.5 media kit Post 302257272 by Rasters on Tuesday 11th of November 2008 10:22:13 PM
I have the CD(s) for SCO OpenServer 5.0.5a, and a 5-user license for Host System.

The other license is for SCO Advanced File and Print Server...which makes me wonder, what the hell is this?! I've installed it, but for the life of me, I can't seem to even enable a network card (I think I tried a really basic 3c90x). Even if I could get IPX, I could try to get data out of this server. Ugh.

It would be nice if SCO just gave out their legacy OS sans $. Aren't they dead yet anyways? There's not even enough interest in their products to get an illegal source (SCO might as well sue me too for that comment!) Truely, I just wanted to get away from SCO anyways (but I've found that's not happening due to Thoroughbred BASIC).
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meterbridge - meterbridge for Jack Audio Connection Kit SYNOPSIS
meterbridge [options] portname [portname] ... DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the meterbridge program. This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does not have a manual page. meterbridge shows the signal values of the audio signals that flow through JACK ports. The possible representations include the classical VU meter, as well as PPM meter, Digital Peak meter and others. See the OPTIONS section for more information. OPTIONS
A summary of options is included below. -r rev-level Use rev-level as the reverence level for 0db on the meter. -c columns number of columns that are used for displaying several meters. -n jackname Use jackname as identifier with the JACK system. -t type Use the one of the following meter types: 'vu' - classic moving needle VU meter 'ppm' - PPM meter 'dpm' - Digital peak meter 'jf' - 'Jellyfish' phase meter 'sco' - Oscilloscope meter EXAMPLES
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