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error while installing on-board NIC on Proliant 1600 server in SCO Open Server 5.0.5

dear all,
While installing the EFS, when I configure the TCP/IP then i get the
messages while relinking the kernel.

i encountered the message when after installing the Advanced File and
Print Server in SCO Open Server 5 i rebooted the server Compaq Proliant
1600 i get the message

/dev/nbcots: invalid transport provider name
/dev/netbeui: invalid transport provider name

this problem prevents me from printing thru UNIX on windows pcs. i m not
able to print on printers attached to windows pcs.

one another message also occurs while relinking kernel:

/etc/conf/bin/idmknod: driver ida not a character special device

but it gives that the kernel has been relinked successfully.

another error is:
/opt/K/SCO/link/1.1.1Eb/etc/conf/bin/idmknod: driver ida is not a
character special device.
another error message while booting is:

/dev/datalink : no such file or directory
nbelink : no such file or directory

starting netbios: nbd : can't open NETBIOS device : no such file or
directory.

these problems prevent me from starting Advanced File and Print services
on the server.

please help

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I want to rsync files to one SCO 5.0.7 server(host) from 3 others (remote). .I have installed the latest rsync from aljex.com. on all servers. I want to run the rsync daemon on the host server. I created the /etc/rsynd.conf file, I modified /etc/inetd.conf to run the rsync daemon. I ran "/etc/init.d/rsyncd enable" and "/etc/init.d/rsyncd start". I just don't think the daemon is running. I do not see it in the list of running processes. When I try to run rsync commands from a remote server, it connects, asks me for a password (it appears to be using ssh) and then fails with the following: sh: rsync: not found rsync: connection unexpectedly closed (0 bytes received so far) [receiver] rsync error: error in rsync protocol data stream (code 12) at io.c(600) [receiver=3.0.0] Have I missed a step somewhere? My rsyncd.log on the host server looks like this: 2008/09/10 21:06:37 [11201] rsyncd version 3.0.0 starting, listening on port 873 2008/09/10 21:06:37 [11201] bind() failed: Address already in use (address-family 2) 2008/09/10 21:06:37 [11201] unable to bind any inbound sockets on port 873 2008/09/10 21:06:37 [11201] rsync error: error in socket IO (code 10) at socket.c(535) [receiver=3.0.0] 2008/09/10 21:07:17 [11205] rsyncd version 3.0.0 starting, listening on port 873 2008/09/10 21:07:17 [11205] bind() failed: Address already in use (address-family 2) 2008/09/10 21:07:17 [11205] unable to bind any inbound sockets on port 873 2008/09/10 21:07:17 [112...

install laser printer dell 5100cn on sco 5.0.5
I have a new laser printer dell 5100cn and I need to install it on unix but the drivers are for solaris and hp unix. somebody have a driver for sco or instructions for install? thanks sorry if my english is bad but i'm spanish Francisco wrote: > I have a new laser printer dell 5100cn and I need to install it on unix but > the drivers are for solaris and hp unix. According to Dell, the 5100cn supports * PCL6, PCL5e, Adobe� PostScript� 3 page description languages. * LPD, Port 9100, FTP protocols. > somebody have a driver for sco or instructions for install? > thanks You don't really need a driver in the usual sense. For a local printer you would set the 'model' to "HPLaserJet" (it inserts PCL5 control codes as required depending on lp command options). To handle the network protocol use netcat (usually recommended in this newsgroup) http://aplawrence.com/SCOFAQ/FAQ_scotec7getnetcat.html Alternatively you can use LPD. Use `scoadmin printer` and set up a new remote unix printer (deselecting the extended remote printing protocol). You may find this is simpler to set up than netcat. You don't get to specify a printer 'model' here. If your application doesn't emit PCL5 or Postscript then you might need to implement a virtual printer that allows you to add in the layout control codes (see http://aplawrence.com/SCOFAQ/scotec7.html "what is a virtual printer") OSR505 is pretty ancient. I'd consi...

SCO 5.0.5 vs. 6.0
I'm having a new server built: SuperMicro P4SC8 Mother Board Intel P4 3.0Ghz 800 FSB 1GB CPU 73GB 10K 80 PIN SCSI Drive Sony 20/40GB DAT Drive SDT11000/BN DDS4 Adaptec 2010S Card for Mirroring Comtrol Rockport Card 99126-7 Is there any reason I should update my current version of SCO 5.0.5? Frank The following article is a recommendation from SCO when using P4 http://www.sco.com/ta/115963 "FrankS" <fshank@sbcglobal.net> wrote in message news:CqT_f.65026$H71.37215@newssvr13.news.prodigy.com... > I'm having a new server built: > > SuperMicro P4SC8 Mother Board > Intel P4 3.0Ghz 800 FSB 1GB CPU > 73GB 10K 80 PIN SCSI Drive > Sony 20/40GB DAT Drive SDT11000/BN DDS4 > > Adaptec 2010S Card for Mirroring > > Comtrol Rockport Card 99126-7 > > > > Is there any reason I should update my current version of SCO 5.0.5? > > > > Frank > > > > > > FrankS wrote: > I'm having a new server built: > > SuperMicro P4SC8 Mother Board > Intel P4 3.0Ghz 800 FSB 1GB CPU > 73GB 10K 80 PIN SCSI Drive > Sony 20/40GB DAT Drive SDT11000/BN DDS4 > > Adaptec 2010S Card for Mirroring > > Comtrol Rockport Card 99126-7 > > > > Is there any reason I should update my current version of SCO 5.0.5? Frank, OpenServer 5.0.5 is a retired product and is no longer generally supported by SCO. OpenServer 5.0.5 is not designed to work on P4 systems and y...

Need NIC drivers/settings for SCO 5.0.5 on DELL pe2600
Hi All, An old customer that i dealt with many years ago called me saying = that their system had crashed and the people they were using were no help. = They did not have system backups but they had their DB backed up. I'm usi= ng their old dell server and their sco 5.0.5 disks and configured a new sys= tem. The one thing i can't find is NIC drivers. I have downloaded and ins= talled 2 sets of intel drivers but i have no idea what the card settings sh= ould be. After installing the drivers, running netconfig just gets me a li= st of cards i can select. any help would be greatly appreciated. thanks! On Friday, January 18, 2013 11:15:57 PM UTC-5, rdpcons...@gmail.com wrote: > Hi All, >=20 > An old customer that i dealt with many years ago called me sayin= g that their system had crashed and the people they were using were no help= .. They did not have system backups but they had their DB backed up. I'm u= sing their old dell server and their sco 5.0.5 disks and configured a new s= ystem. The one thing i can't find is NIC drivers. I have downloaded and i= nstalled 2 sets of intel drivers but i have no idea what the card settings = should be. After installing the drivers, running netconfig just gets me a = list of cards i can select. >=20 >=20 >=20 > any help would be greatly appreciated. >=20 > thanks! I ended up installing a 3com 3C905b and all is well. The intel driver i f...

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