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Open server 5.0.5 on Toshiba4200

Hi,



I've got a problem when i want to install SCO on my laptop.

It's an Toshiba 4200.

I boot on the floppy drive "SCO OpenServer release 5.0.5 Boot Disk"

And when i select my IDE CDrom drive to start the install, it don't find
any device to install the system ./.



I try to change the parameter of my bios section and boot directly
on the CDrom, but no change, it don't find anything and start on the
old system.



If some one can help me...

Thanks a lot.


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Thehush <member40401@dbforums.com> wrote in message news:<3390917.1063985050@dbforums.com>...
> Hi,
> 
> 
> 
> I've got a problem when i want to install SCO on my laptop.
> 
> It's an Toshiba 4200.
> 
> I boot on the floppy drive "SCO OpenServer release 5.0.5 Boot Disk"
> 
> And when i select my IDE CDrom drive to start the install, it don't find
> any device to install the system ./.
> 
> 
> 
> I try to change the parameter of my bios section and boot directly
> on the CDrom, but no change, it don't find anything and start on the
> old system.
> 

OpenServer 5.0.5 does not autodetect the location of the IDE CDROM.
I think it defaults to Primary Slave if I remember right. On your
machine, you may have the CDROM on Secondary Master to try 
to install on that setting to see if you can see the CDROM.

John
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9/23/2003 8:13:12 AM
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Hi, Has anyone successfully built a recent(ish) version of Sendmail on SCO Open Server 5.0.6. I'm specifically needing Sendmail that supports authentication when acting as a client (basically pointing at my ISP mail server). Cheers, Stuart. "Stuart Marshall" <stuart@spidersoft.co.uk> wrote in message news:xPudnRuR8sOb8fnZRVnysw@pipex.net... > Hi, > > Has anyone successfully built a recent(ish) version of Sendmail on > SCO Open Server 5.0.6. I'm specifically needing Sendmail that > supports authentication when acting as a client (basically pointing > at my ISP mail server). > > Cheers, > > Stuart. The last time I tried to get Sendmail to do authentication on OpenServer I had to give up because it wants SASL to work, and it won't (see TA#125764). However, I do successfully use msmtp (http://msmtp.sourceforge.net/) to do what you describe. It (I think) will only support "plain" authentication on SCO, but that it is probably good enough for most ISP mail servers. Richard Seeder -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 > "Stuart Marshall" <stuart@spidersoft.co.uk> wrote in message > news:xPudnRuR8sOb8fnZRVnysw@pipex.net... > > > > Has anyone successfully built a recent(ish) version of Sendmail on > > SCO Open Server 5.0.6. I'm specifically needing Sendmail that > > supports authentication when acting as a client (basically pointing > > a...

openssh for sco 5.0.5
Does anybody know the steps for the installation of openssh on OSR 505 ? Is there a special file or paremeter I have to use to install it or does ftp.sco.com has a ssh ? Thanks E.A. "Corrlens" <ask@me.later> wrote in message news:26SJd.6161$8Z1.3177@newssvr14.news.prodigy.com... > Does anybody know the steps for the installation of openssh on OSR 505 ? > Is there a special file or paremeter I have to use to install it or does > ftp.sco.com has a ssh ? > > Thanks > > E.A. > > I forgot to mention that my goal is to have sftp working, be able to transfer files to a secure ftp server on a remote location. Corrlens typed (on Wed, Jan 26, 2005 at 07:22:38PM +0000): | Does anybody know the steps for the installation of openssh on OSR 505 ? Is | there a special file or paremeter I have to use to install it or does | ftp.sco.com has a ssh ? | ftp.jpr.com/pub/openssh4osr5.tgz or ftp.jpr.com/pub/openssh4osr5.tar.bz2 -- JP "Jean-Pierre Radley" <jpr@jpr.com> wrote in message news:20050126211328.GG11013@jpradley.jpr.com... > Corrlens typed (on Wed, Jan 26, 2005 at 07:22:38PM +0000): > | Does anybody know the steps for the installation of openssh on OSR 505 > ? Is > | there a special file or paremeter I have to use to install it or does > | ftp.sco.com has a ssh ? > | > > ftp.jpr.com/pub/openssh4osr5.tgz > or > ftp.jpr.com/pub/openssh4osr5.tar.bz2 > > > -- > JP...

zmodem for SCO 5.0.5
Does anyone have rz and sz for SCO 5.0.5? thanks, -eric wood "Eric Wood" <eric@interplas.com> wrote in message news:<vr2oggeukni104@corp.supernews.com>... > Does anyone have rz and sz for SCO 5.0.5? > > thanks, > -eric wood http://www.aljex.com/bkw/sco/index.html#rzsz ...

openSSL on SCO 5.0.5
I need to get openSSL on my SCO 5.0.5 Enterprise / Apache 1.3.23 server. I CANNOT find information on obtaining openSSL for a SCO machine anywhere. Could someone please point me in the right direction? Thank you in advance. -- Posted via http://dbforums.com ajonas typed (on Fri, Aug 22, 2003 at 03:19:30PM -0400): | | I need to get openSSL on my SCO 5.0.5 Enterprise / Apache 1.3.23 server. | I CANNOT find information on obtaining openSSL for a SCO machine | anywhere. Could someone please point me in the right direction? There's a binary suite on ftp.jpr.com, which I compiled on 5.0.6, but have installed on several 5.0.5 machines. -- JP ...

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