My UnixWare SCO Serverview story

http://www.unix.com – Hi, I'm new to this Unix world and have taken over looking after the I.T side of things at work, which includes the internal ERP system which runs on a UNIX SCO platform. My initial worry is what state this is in as its been on site over 20 years. What would be the first things to check on this ? Version: UnixWare danapak 5 7.1.3 i386 SCO UNIX_SVR5 (HowTos)

Invalid configuration `x86_64': machine `x86_64' not recognizedview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – Compiling this: http://linux.softpedia.com/progDownload/Indexed-PDF-Creator-Download-107... anisha@linux-dopx:~/tarBalls/ipdf-1.0.0> ./configure --build=x86_64 checking for a BSD-compatible install... /usr/bin/install -c checking whether build environment is sane... yes checking for gawk... gawk checking whether make sets $(MAKE)... yes checking for gcc... (HowTos)

Warning and Panic errorsview story

http://www.unix.com – Ok my first post and its a good/bad one I'm sure I came into work and the server was locked up on the tape back up screen. My only option at that point was to restart the machine without shutting it down. I'm running an old server with unix and SCO openserver 5 I managed to find a 3.5 boot floppy but my 3.5 root floppy has a bad image error. (HowTos)

Sending keystrokes to another processview story

http://www.unix.com – The third-party ERP system used by our company has no idle-out facility and we sometimes have issues because users simply walk away from their computers and leave sessions logged in for hours or even go home without logging out. (HowTos)

Mail server will send out going mail but will not reciveview story

http://serverfault.com – I've just set up my first mail server with Postfix and Dovecot . I can send out going mail (via squirrel mail) fine but cannot recive them . Pingability tells me that "ConnectException: Connection refused" but my firewall is not blocking port 25 . (HowTos)

display sco unix 5.0.6 samba usageview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – Is there a command on sco unix which will show which files are being accessed by the samba process ? Something like lsof in linux maybe, or similar. (HowTos)

Groklaw Calling It Quits After a Job Well Doneview story

http://www.linuxinsider.com – Groklaw will stop publishing new articles May 16 -- exactly eight years to the day after it was launched. This is because its reason for existence is gone, according to founder Pamela Jones. "In a simple sentence, the reason is this: The crisis SCO initiated over Linux is over, and Linux won," Jones said in a blog post. (General)

Groklaw: the good, the bad, the uglyview story

http://www.itwire.com – The website Groklaw, which waged a tireless campaign against the SCO Group after it filed a case against IBM in 2003, for "misappropriation of trade secrets, tortious interference, unfair competition and breach of contract, has decided it is time to put up the shutters. (IT news)

Microsoft-run Patent Cartel Retreats Following Formal Complaint, But Why?view story

http://techrights.org – Summary: Microsoft et al. head for the door just shortly after OSI files a complaint to the German Federal Cartel Office TECHRIGHTS wishes to begin with the good news. Those patents which Novell was going to hand over to Microsoft? Well, that ain’t gonna happen on the face of it. (General)

Kernel Oops: is this a software problem or hardware?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I'm running Debian testing. I last upgraded on or around Dec 11, which I think included a kernel update. Everything seemed to be working at that point (though I'll admit I wasn't reading the logs). Dec 24 I started getting Kernel Oops messages. I had the entire window system freeze up so that Ctrl-Alt-Fn wouldn't switch windows, but yet remote logins were still possible. (HowTos)