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Forum: SCO 08-10-2006
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That stuff is pretty much the same in SCO as it...
That stuff is pretty much the same in SCO as it is in Linux. /etc/resolv.conf is where you put your dns server addresses. The format on that file is:

nameserver x.x.x.x

The default route is a...
Forum: SCO 08-09-2006
7,658
Posted By phatpenguin
The filesystem used in SCO Openserver is HTFS...
The filesystem used in SCO Openserver is HTFS (sometimes Xenix, but not by default... if the xenix filesystem is the one that was used, Linux should be able to read that using just the "standard"...
Forum: SCO 08-09-2006
5,191
Posted By phatpenguin
I don't know about any root filesystem...
I don't know about any root filesystem limitation, but I have installed SCO Openserver 5.0.5, 5.0.6 and 5.0.7 on large SCSI drives with no problems. The largest IDE drive I have installed the root...
Forum: Open Source 07-18-2006
112,143
Posted By phatpenguin
Slackware and Ubuntu
My fav distro really depends on what I am trying to acheive. My firewall box and any Linux server I set up simply HAS to be Slackware. I previously used BSD and switched to Slackware for...
Forum: Open Source 06-21-2006
238,332
Posted By phatpenguin
vi is massively powerful with very little...
vi is massively powerful with very little footprint. once you learn vi you can edit a file faster in it than just about any other text editor.

if you are a UNIX admin, you NEED to learn vi. I...
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Posted By phatpenguin
for Linux i use bash and SCO I use ksh.
for Linux i use bash and SCO I use ksh.
5,769
Posted By phatpenguin
faqs have a section on troubleshooting cron jobs
https://www.unix.com/showthread.php?t=13527
5,235
Posted By phatpenguin
disk space
HTFS sounds like SCO... if this is SCO UNIX the command is actually dfspace to find out how much space is left.

If you are unable to boot because of the error, you may need to try to boot into...
9,962
Posted By phatpenguin
Also, the best answer can be given if you put the...
Also, the best answer can be given if you put the exact contents of the script in your post.

If the entire contents of your script is

echo /usr/test/script.sh date1 date2 y | at 20:00

then...
Forum: SCO 06-21-2006
7,454
Posted By phatpenguin
changing terminal type
I think the best way to change environment variables is to have a line in the .profile for each user that defines its terminal type. The line would look like this:

export TERM=vt100

There is...
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