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NFS SCo 5.0.5 with SCO 6.0.0

Hi everybody,
I have a folder on SCO 5.0.5 server shared through NFS with a new SCO 6.0.0
with MP2 server (converted from a SCO 5.0.6 version).

Before conversion file locks (over network) on this folder works well (eg
from server SCO 5.0.6 I was  able to see locks generated from SCO 5.0.5 box
and viceversa), now with SCO 6.0.0 does not work !
I see that on SCO 6.0.0 the lockd daemon  is active .. so it should work ...

Please can you help me ?

Thanks
Cuffiette


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I want to be able to join the SCO server running 5.0.7 with MP4 and samba 3.0.20 to an NT domain. The problem I have is that the samba net command is not part of the install. I have searched all the filesystems and have not been able to find the samba net program, Has anyone used 3.0.20 to join an NT domain? If so did you use the net command as per the samba guide? If not then how did you do it without the samba net program. Craig Green wrote: > I want to be able to join the SCO server running 5.0.7 with MP4 and > samba 3.0.20 to an NT domain. > The problem I have is that the samba net command is not part of the > install. > I have searched all the filesystems and have not been able to find the > samba net program, > Has anyone used 3.0.20 to join an NT domain? > If so did you use the net command as per the samba guide? > If not then how did you do it without the samba net program. Found the relevant program. Its called smbnet on SCO. Still cannot join a an ADS domain. It looks like the this version of samba has been compiled without ADS support. Does anyone now if this is correct? Has anyone used this version of samba on OSR507 to join an ADS domain? ...

SCO OpenServer 5.0.7 on VMWare ESX 3.0
Hello, I'm trying to install a SCO OpenServer 5.0.7 on VMWare ESX 3.0 but I'm looking a BTLD Driver FOR BLC ( BUS LOGIC ) Where can we Find one ? Regards, Ely Ely.Xaa@gmail.com wrote: > I'm trying to install a SCO OpenServer 5.0.7 on VMWare ESX 3.0 but I'm > looking a BTLD Driver FOR BLC ( BUS LOGIC ) > Where can we Find one ? See: http://groups.google.com/group/comp.unix.sco.misc/msg/9bad2852a40218aa >Bela< This probaby won't help you but just incase others want to use it I have installed OpenServer 5.0.6, 5.0.7 and 6.0 on an Intel MacBook Pro with VMWare's new Fusion (beta) product for the Mac right out of the box without any BTLDs. This really helps as I can take a single laptop around with me now. Only one draw back is that it only works in single CPU mode, installing SMP causes VMWare to crash but I'm sure that will be fixed in the final build. Regards, Rob. Ely.Xaa@gmail.com wrote: > Hello, > > I'm trying to install a SCO OpenServer 5.0.7 on VMWare ESX 3.0 but I'm > looking a BTLD Driver FOR BLC ( BUS LOGIC ) > Where can we Find one ? > > Regards, > Ely > <rob@vetsystems.com> wrote: > This probaby won't help you but just incase others want to use it I have > installed OpenServer 5.0.6, 5.0.7 and 6.0 on an Intel MacBook Pro with > VMWare's new Fusion (beta) product for the Mac right out of the box > without any BTLDs. This is because VMware...

OpenLink DBMS on SCO 5.0.5
Am trying to run Embarcadero ER/Studio from windows and want to create an ODBC link to a SCO server running informix 7.3. I installed the latest version of OpenLink on the server and when i try to start up oplrqb i get the following error, oplrqb: unable to get ip address for <HOSTNAME> oplrqb: check /etc/hosts or NIS/DNS problems don't quite know where to go from here tia, HSN ...

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