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My media disk is unusable.
Can someone provide me an ISO for Openserver 5.0.6?
Brantley Allen (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: brantleyallen
i need a copy of sco 5.0.6 iso for isntall a new server crash
I read in a post that someone uploaded to an ftp an iso but I did not find the ftp
any can helpme? (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: mjgeddo
Hello, i need if possible media for sco openserver 5.0.6 and also want to know if is possible to upgrade from 5.0.2 to 5.0.6.
Paolo (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: elnino981
I've recently been given responsibility for a legacy server running SCO OpenServer 5.0.4 and upon taking inventory I discovered we have all the license documents but no installation media. Can anyone assist me with where I might download these?
Kevin (9 Replies)
Discussion started by: Kevin Harris
My client has lost the SCO OS 5.0.5 install media.
However, they do have a working SCO 5.0.5 system, but is crumbling apart.
Where can I find the SCO OS 5.0.5 install media?
Or can I get a copy of the SCO CD as a ISO file?
Your help is much appreciated. (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: chedlee88-1
I am looking for openserver 5.0.6 media. I need build a new production server and we only have the 5.0.5 media.
If anybody can help that be awesome. (9 Replies)
Discussion started by: stlwindadmin
I have a client with 5.0.6 who wants to migrate to new hardware. We have in our posession all appropriate paper software licenses.
Over the years the media has vanished
Can anyone assist with locating an ISO or actual CD containing OpenServer 5.0.6, please?
Thank you (9 Replies)
Discussion started by: theantisco
I have a client with an OLD Point of Sale system (another POS tla). Old as in running since 1995! :eek:
I'm cloning the system, but want to complete the backup/disaster recovery plan by having the media kit.
Does anyone have a 5.0.0 media kit I can beg, borrow or buy?
JGT (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: jgt10
I want to know more about root-kit in Solaris.. If I'm not mistaken, root-kit is a bunch of scripts nor executable program that can manipulate root-privileges.
And sometimes, root-kit is defined as malware.. Is that right?
How to check whether my system got root-kit installed?... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: frankoko