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Operating Systems HP-UX Start SAM in TUI from CDE session Post 302415329 by h@foorsa.biz on Thursday 22nd of April 2010 09:28:52 AM
Old 04-22-2010
Start SAM in TUI from CDE session

how can i start sam in TUI mode from a CDE session.
i'm using hp-ux 11iv3
i tried to start SAM from a terminal from CDE session but each time i try to start it System Managment Homepage starts , so i telneted to server from a pc to start sam in TUI mode is there any other way to set my SAM to TUI mode
thanks
 
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kcweb(1M)																 kcweb(1M)

NAME
kcweb - starts the HP-UX kernel configuration tool (a Web interface) SYNOPSIS
[ ] [ ] DESCRIPTION
The HP-UX Kernel Configuration tool ( ) is used to manage kernel tunables, modules and alarms. The HP-UX Kernel Configuration tool provides both Web-based and terminal user interface. The Web-based interface is launched through the HP System Management Homepage. Superuser privileges are required to access the HP-UX Kernel Configuration tool. A user who does not have superuser privileges has read- only access to the Tunables, Modules and Alarms area in the HP-UX Kernel Configuration tool and cannot modify kernel tunables, modules, alarms or reboot the system. An attempt will be made to connect to a Mozilla/Netscape Web browser running on the X server defined by the DISPLAY environment variable. If a running Mozilla/Netscape client is found, it will be used, otherwise a new Mozilla/Netscape session will be initiated. This will only happen if the Mozilla/Netscape process is running in the same system as that referenced by the DISPLAY variable, unless the -F option is used. Note: By default, the HP-UX kernel configuration tool (kcweb) invokes the Mozilla Web browser. If you want to support any other browser (Netscape), set the $BROWSER environment variable as shown below: The terminal user interface is invoked if any of the following conditions are true: o The command is invoked with the option. o The environment variable is not set. The Web-based interface is launched if all the following conditions are true: o The command is invoked with option. o The environment variable is set. o The command is available on the system. If the Web-based interface cannot be launched, invokes the terminal user interface. Options recognizes the following options: Forces a client browser to be used in less secure ways. The option forces the client browser to be used or started, even when the X-traffic between the X-server and the Mozilla browser is not secure. Use this option only when you are sure the network traffic between the host where Mozilla is running and the host in the DISPLAY variable is secure. If cannot start the Web browser, the terminal interface is started. When the HP-UX Kernel Configuration Web interface is invoked by SAM, the option is used. If a privileged user (root) executes the command with the option, a temporary login bypass key is generated. The bypass key enables the user to access the Web interface without having to provide login information again. When the HP-UX Kernel Configuration Web interface is invoked by SAM, the option is used. Opens the terminal interface for managing kernel tunables, modules and alarms regardless of the current setting of the environment variable. You can also start the HP-UX Kernel Configuration tool using one of the following methods: o Invoke and select the Kernel Configuration (character mode) functional area to launch the terminal user interface and the Kernel Configuration (Web-based Interface) to launch the Web-based tool o Invoke the HP-UX Kernel Configuration tool Web interface by typing the URL in the address bar of your browser, where hostname is the name of the server o Launch the HP-UX Systems Insight Manager on the server and select the Kernel Configuration tool from the Configure -> HP-UX Con- figuration menu Online Help After the HP-UX Kernel Configuration tool is started, the online help provides details on how to use the tool. RETURN VALUES
Upon completion, kcweb returns one of the following values: o 0 Successful o 1 An error occurred AUTHOR
was developed by Hewlett-Packard. SEE ALSO
kctune(1M), kcalarm(1M), kcusage(1M), kclog(1M), kcmond(1M), kcmodule(1M) kcweb(1M)

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