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Some time ago I get a disk for my SCO System V 3.2 R4.2 tcp 1.2.1 distribution. Now 4 Year later I am serarching the development system due to the fact that System V did not come with the C compiler. There is any change to get it ? my intention is academyc only.
or anyone... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: locovich
I wonder if someone can help me, I want to backup my sco unix system, I dont have an external/internal tape drive. How can I make a system backup?
I do have a CD-RW on the server. I am new to sco unix.
Please can anyone advise on what methods I can use, I have looked a cpio.
I tried... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: kpnuts
My SCO server freezes suddenly. I just want to know if there any tools / commands availble that can find which is causing the freeze?
Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.
Ravikumar R (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: rrb2009
There's a new WebPage where you can generate a comprehensive detailed system documentation by button click. Look at the example at https://sdoctool.sun.com/data/doc.php?ID=sdoctool&N=2 ;)
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Discussion started by: lebch
please someone tell me where can get iso of sco System V vs 5.05
regards (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: weramirez
I did shutdown and restart SCO server, now wanna find log to know exactly when system was effected. I took a look at /var/adm/ but seem there are no logs for my required information. it seems diff from Sun or HP UNIX...
appreciate all your help.
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Discussion started by: milo
7. Filesystems, Disks and Memory
Hi everyone i have a question for all of you. It may be basic or it may be a good one. I recently aquired a copy of "SCO TCP/IP runtime System for SCO Unix" (thats what the disks say) and for the life of me i can not get it to load. i have tried opening the disk in linux and it can not determine... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: Cerberus
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help would be appreciated, thanks. (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: BAM