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I have an old Unisys U6000/65 server I obtained as surplus about 12 years ago. For its day (1993) this server line was capable of insane ability, up to 4 gig of memory using dozens of 30-pin SIMMs and up to six processors, including mixed processor speeds and types (486/Pentium) in the same... (2 Replies)
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Can any one tell me the answer of these questions attached in the document.
The competition was over and I wanted to know correct answers. (6 Replies)
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We have a very old and unsupported box. It runs DC/OSx, SVR4. For the past 12 years all printers have been connected via terminal servers and working well. Now those terminal servers are dying and cannot be replaced or repaired. Of course the right solution is to upgrade, but that's not gonna... (10 Replies)
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Hello to all UNIX experts! This is my problem: I have to emulate an old UNIX System 5 release 4 on a virtual machine. I've got 30 images (.IMA) of 1.4M floppy where there is the installation of SVR4. How I can install it with those files? I tried with Vmware 7 workstation but it says 'Operating... (6 Replies)
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We have 3 Unix servers all running SVR4 Unix 1.4. I have no problems copying files to and from 2 of the servers using either the rcp command or ftp but when i come to transfer large files to the third server the copy gives up part way through and crashes this server. Copying smaller files using RCP... (7 Replies)
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6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
1. Someone pings a server from another location and gets a different result than if you ping the same server onsite. What is going on?
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7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Hi I have just a few questions about the Unix aka NIX operating system.
1. Is it a free Operating System and if so where can I obtain it.
2. Where can I start out for a newbies guide to the OS.
Thanks (1 Reply)
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Can we determine (reliably or guaranteed) at runtime if a system is SVR4 or BSD based, using two methods, shell and binary (C code)? (2 Replies)
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