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Operating Systems SCO Sharing unix drives from two unix systems Post 43925 by rongrout on Tuesday 25th of November 2003 08:26:46 AM
Old 11-25-2003
Sharing unix drives from two unix systems

I have two SCO openserver systems, 1 in the US and 1 in the UK.
I am setting up a vpn to connect the two local networks that also have windows pc's on them.
Is there a way that either unix system can see the hard drive on the other unix system so that I can share data between them.
I run a cobol application on each and would like to be able to see files from the other system.

regards

Ron Grout
 
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NAME
curl_getenv - return value for environment name SYNOPSIS
#include <curl/curl.h> char *curl_getenv(const char *name); DESCRIPTION
curl_getenv() is a portable wrapper for the getenv() function, meant to emulate its behaviour and provide an identical interface for all operating systems libcurl builds on (including win32). AVAILABILITY
This function will be removed from the public libcurl API in a near future. It will instead be made "available" by source code access only, and then as curlx_getenv(). RETURN VALUE
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