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Old 10-23-2007
Network Configuration Commands.....

I need to know what commands I will need to use to change a host name, IP Address, and network configurations (routerings, dns, etc) and a Unix SCO machine.

Also, if there is any short tutorials on using the commands, i would defiently like that information.

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Old 10-23-2007
I strongly recommend that you use the scoadmin utility if you are unfamilar setting up a SCO box.
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