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Forum: SCO 03-01-2011
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The way I understand it, 5.0.6j is just something...
The way I understand it, 5.0.6j is just something that OpenServer 5.0.6 reports itself as in the custom software manager. When you install 5.0.6 its version is just 5.0.6. When you install the large...
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Sounds like the OP wants to slow down the system...
Sounds like the OP wants to slow down the system clock, not keep it accurate. NTP would keep it accurate.
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Try using the WD BTLD: What is wd_v2.0_btld.img,...
Try using the WD BTLD: What is wd_v2.0_btld.img, the updated wd driver for SCO OpenServer 5.0.7? (http://wdb1.sco.com/kb/showta?taid=126719&qid=979076688&sid=1507884462&pgnum=1)
Forum: Web Development 02-26-2011
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Posted By KevinGB
If you can do it via a printer driver then why...
If you can do it via a printer driver then why not install PDFcreator?
Forum: SCO 02-26-2011
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Posted By KevinGB
I'm not familiar with Unixware but when booting...
I'm not familiar with Unixware but when booting SCO Openserver you get a 'boot:' prompt where you can enter commands to specify a different root disk and so on. Is there something similar on...
Forum: Red Hat 01-21-2011
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Posted By KevinGB
I agree. The problem is the missing double quote....
I agree. The problem is the missing double quote. I had missed that the script was using csh (and the missing quote). The if () syntax is correct for csh.
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Posted By KevinGB
Try using set -x to see what is going on...
Try using set -x to see what is going on Debugging Bash scripts (http://tldp.org/LDP/Bash-Beginners-Guide/html/sect_02_03.html)
Forum: Red Hat 01-21-2011
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Posted By KevinGB
You have to use the test command to do the...
You have to use the test command to do the comparison. Test can be replaced by square brackets as per the previous post.
Forum: Red Hat 01-21-2011
2,575
Posted By KevinGB
Try turning off hardware flow control at both...
Try turning off hardware flow control at both ends using stty.
Forum: Red Hat 01-20-2011
1,467
Posted By KevinGB
Try this:...
Try this: http://www.xs4all.nl/~carlo17/howto/undelete_ext3.html
Forum: SCO 01-07-2011
12,523
Posted By KevinGB
UnixWare 7.1.4 Maintenance Pack 3 included...
UnixWare 7.1.4 Maintenance Pack 3 included IPfilter, so you might have that installed. Search for ipf on this page (see especialy the part with links to 2 other pages regarding ipf): What problems...
Forum: SCO 01-06-2011
12,523
Posted By KevinGB
See if this helps: Understanding, debugging, and...
See if this helps: Understanding, debugging, and tuning UnixWare 7 telnet connections. (http://wdb1.sco.com/kb/showta?taid=111586&qid=727047869&sid=531297622&pgnum=1)
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Posted By KevinGB
If the remote system has a VNC server running...
If the remote system has a VNC server running then you could use a VNC viewer on your system tunnelled via putty.
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Posted By KevinGB
I read it as it took 67 msec to lookup yahoo.com...
I read it as it took 67 msec to lookup yahoo.com via the DNS server at 10.237.129.4 . Did that help?
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Posted By KevinGB
Why not use one of the PHP: Program execution...
Why not use one of the PHP: Program execution Functions (http://www.php.net/manual/en/ref.exec.php) to call find and use the find -exec argument to delete them?
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Posted By KevinGB
Can't you leave it as .xls and open the .xls...
Can't you leave it as .xls and open the .xls version using Excel 2007?
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Posted By KevinGB
You would need to get hold of a copy of GNU Tar...
You would need to get hold of a copy of GNU Tar (gtar) for AIX, or download the source and compile it. Try the tar package from here: IBM AIX Toolbox for Linux Applications - Alphabetical Listing...
Forum: SCO 12-29-2010
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Posted By KevinGB
Thanks for the reply. I note from your other post...
Thanks for the reply. I note from your other post that for ethernet you are using AMD instead of Intel. Was there a reason for that?
Forum: SCO 12-22-2010
6,561
Posted By KevinGB
Is anybody out there using SCO Openserver 5.0.6...
Is anybody out there using SCO Openserver 5.0.6 on VMware that can tell me what type of virtual hard drive and ethernet card they have used and if they are aware of any problems?
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Posted By KevinGB
If you run the find command on its own does it...
If you run the find command on its own does it give you a list of files? What I mean is just run:
find . -name "*.bin" -type f \( -mtime +$file_arch_st_time -a -mtime -$file_arch_end_time \)
See...
Forum: Red Hat 12-21-2010
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Posted By KevinGB
You should be able to edit sendmail.cf but you...
You should be able to edit sendmail.cf but you will need to restart sendmail after you have changed it. Make sure you are changing the correct version of sendmail.cf, there is probably a version on...
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Posted By KevinGB
You could try telnet localhost 25 and see what...
You could try telnet localhost 25 and see what welcome message you get.
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 12-20-2010
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Posted By KevinGB
I think I started in '87 with Texas Instruments...
I think I started in '87 with Texas Instruments Xenix, then SCO Xenix, Altos System V, MIPS RISC/os, SCO Unix, SCO Openserver, Novell Unixware, AIX, Linux (Slackware, Red Hat, Open SUSE, CentOS,...
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Posted By KevinGB
Note I still think you need to use -print with...
Note I still think you need to use -print with cpio.

You would be better not to uncompress your file in case you hit the 2GB file size limit.

To list what is in the file use:
zcat...
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Posted By KevinGB
You either use something like: find . -print |...
You either use something like:
find . -print | cpio -ov | compress > backupfileor you use:
tar cvzf backupfile file1 file2 file3 ...so you would have something like:
find . -print > tempfile
tar...
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