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Printing issues with SCO UNIX v6.0.0 vs v5.0.7 and prior

>I have a custom database application, written in CADOL, that previously worked FLAWLESSLY on versions of SCO, prior to v6.0.0 . It doesn't matter if I print directly to the HW port or via the spooler, the job either never finishes or doesn't print at all. Jobs via the spooler, are actually worse than direct to port. I have included the ENV variables we use and also more info below.

The ENV variables that are set up in the
>  .profile.
>
>  DEV1=/usr/propac/printfile;           export DEV1
>  DEV2=/dev/tty1a;                      export DEV2
>  PRINTER1=C0L0hplaser;                 export PRINTER1
>  PRINTER2=C0L0STD1096;                 export PRINTER2
>  hplaser=SPOOL;                        export hplaser
>  STD1096=022;                          export STD1096
>  STD1096_I=0002000;                    export STD1096_I
>  STD1096_O=;                           export STD1096_O
>  STD1096_C=004075;                     export STD1096_C
>  STD1096_L=;                           export STD1096_L
>
>  These above statements set up 2 printers in our application. The
>  first is a networked Laser printer and the 2nd is a serial printer
>  hooked up to port tty1a, running 9600 baud with xon/xoff protocol.
>  In the application(character based), the user selects printer #1 or
>  #2 and off to the printer the job goes. Also, the hplaser printer is
>  defined and configured in the spooler using the scoadmin printers
>  utility. Nothing special there.
>  In v5.0.7, this works PERFECTLY. In v6.0.0mp3, it's a different
>  story. Jobs don't clear the spooler. Doing a lpstat -t, jobs get left
>  at the end(ie: hplaser-101   username ....) and it has to be
>  cancelled. What I am REAL suprised at, is going to Printer #2, it
>  will print like 1/2 the job and stop I think the main issue
>  here is "What is different in v6.0.0mp3?" I actually tried v6.0.0 and
>  I stepped thru each mp to see if the problem persisted in each, and it
>  did.

Any ideas on what I could try??

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On Fri, 13 Jun 2008, dccgary wrote:
> >I have a custom database application, written in CADOL, that previously 
> >worked FLAWLESSLY on versions of SCO, prior to v6.0.0 . It doesn't 
> >matter if I print directly to the HW port or via the spooler, the job 
> >either never finishes or doesn't print at all. Jobs via the spooler, 
> >are actually worse than direct to port. I have included the ENV 
> >variables we use and also more info below.

I have a few customers running cadol on OpenServer 6.  We had to get an 
update licence and re-install cadol and then everything worked.  My cadom 
programmer still makes changes to their application.  I had to build a new 
binary on OpenServer 6, but that was about it.
 
> The ENV variables that are set up in the
> >  .profile.
> >
> >  DEV1=/usr/propac/printfile;           export DEV1
> >  DEV2=/dev/tty1a;                      export DEV2
> >  PRINTER1=C0L0hplaser;                 export PRINTER1
> >  PRINTER2=C0L0STD1096;                 export PRINTER2
> >  hplaser=SPOOL;                        export hplaser
> >  STD1096=022;                          export STD1096
> >  STD1096_I=0002000;                    export STD1096_I
> >  STD1096_O=;                           export STD1096_O
> >  STD1096_C=004075;                     export STD1096_C
> >  STD1096_L=;                           export STD1096_L
> >
> >  These above statements set up 2 printers in our application. The
> >  first is a networked Laser printer and the 2nd is a serial printer
> >  hooked up to port tty1a, running 9600 baud with xon/xoff protocol.
> >  In the application(character based), the user selects printer #1 or
> >  #2 and off to the printer the job goes. Also, the hplaser printer is
> >  defined and configured in the spooler using the scoadmin printers
> >  utility. Nothing special there.
> >  In v5.0.7, this works PERFECTLY. In v6.0.0mp3, it's a different
> >  story. Jobs don't clear the spooler. Doing a lpstat -t, jobs get left
> >  at the end(ie: hplaser-101   username ....) and it has to be
> >  cancelled. What I am REAL suprised at, is going to Printer #2, it
> >  will print like 1/2 the job and stop I think the main issue
> >  here is "What is different in v6.0.0mp3?" I actually tried v6.0.0 and
> >  I stepped thru each mp to see if the problem persisted in each, and it
> >  did.
> 
> Any ideas on what I could try??

I had to rebuild the cadol application running it on OpenServer 6 and then 
everything went well.  We are at OpenServer 6 mp3.  No problems.  At the 
various locations, I have 5 network printers and 4 local.  One location we 
move from serial printer's to Network printers.  MB did did not come with 
any serial ports.  We really need more information.  Everything is working 
well.

--
Boyd Gerber <gerberb@zenez.com>
ZENEZ	1042 East Fort Union #135, Midvale Utah  84047
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gerberb (221)
6/13/2008 2:11:18 PM
On Jun 13, 10:11 am, Boyd Lynn Gerber <gerb...@zenez.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 13 Jun 2008, dccgary wrote:
> > >I have a custom database application, written in CADOL, that previously
> > >worked FLAWLESSLY on versions of SCO, prior to v6.0.0 . It doesn't
> > >matter if I print directly to the HW port or via the spooler, the job
> > >either never finishes or doesn't print at all. Jobs via the spooler,
> > >are actually worse than direct to port. I have included the ENV
> > >variables we use and also more info below.
>
> I have a few customers running cadol on OpenServer 6.  We had to get an
> update licence and re-install cadol and then everything worked.  My cadom
> programmer still makes changes to their application.  I had to build a new
> binary on OpenServer 6, but that was about it.
>
>
>
> > The ENV variables that are set up in the
> > >  .profile.
>
> > >  DEV1=/usr/propac/printfile;           export DEV1
> > >  DEV2=/dev/tty1a;                      export DEV2
> > >  PRINTER1=C0L0hplaser;                 export PRINTER1
> > >  PRINTER2=C0L0STD1096;                 export PRINTER2
> > >  hplaser=SPOOL;                        export hplaser
> > >  STD1096=022;                          export STD1096
> > >  STD1096_I=0002000;                    export STD1096_I
> > >  STD1096_O=;                           export STD1096_O
> > >  STD1096_C=004075;                     export STD1096_C
> > >  STD1096_L=;                           export STD1096_L
>
> > >  These above statements set up 2 printers in our application. The
> > >  first is a networked Laser printer and the 2nd is a serial printer
> > >  hooked up to port tty1a, running 9600 baud with xon/xoff protocol.
> > >  In the application(character based), the user selects printer #1 or
> > >  #2 and off to the printer the job goes. Also, the hplaser printer is
> > >  defined and configured in the spooler using the scoadmin printers
> > >  utility. Nothing special there.
> > >  In v5.0.7, this works PERFECTLY. In v6.0.0mp3, it's a different
> > >  story. Jobs don't clear the spooler. Doing a lpstat -t, jobs get left
> > >  at the end(ie: hplaser-101   username ....) and it has to be
> > >  cancelled. What I am REAL suprised at, is going to Printer #2, it
> > >  will print like 1/2 the job and stop I think the main issue
> > >  here is "What is different in v6.0.0mp3?" I actually tried v6.0.0 and
> > >  I stepped thru each mp to see if the problem persisted in each, and it
> > >  did.
>
> > Any ideas on what I could try??
>
> I had to rebuild the cadol application running it on OpenServer 6 and then
> everything went well.  We are at OpenServer 6 mp3.  No problems.  At the
> various locations, I have 5 network printers and 4 local.  One location we
> move from serial printer's to Network printers.  MB did did not come with
> any serial ports.  We really need more information.  Everything is working
> well.

If you can't recompile, another way might be to use the ideas at
http://aplawrence.com/SCOFAQ/FAQ_scotec7netdevice.html  - that might
work.


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pcunix (620)
6/13/2008 3:43:18 PM
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When redistributing a default route learned via EIGRP into BGP it seems the route will not propagate into the BGP table unless you have network 0.0.0.0 configured under BGP. Does anyone know why this is necessary? A safety measure perhaps? Thanks! You can also do this with a "neighbor x.x.x.x default-originate" command under "router bgp" BGP was designed for the Internet, where there is no default-route. Scott "Paul Thompson" <shinobi2@sympatico.ca> wrote in message news:v5o2t2dpq2653k37q2ki830dsae2728n5q@4ax.com... > When redistributing a default route learned via EIGRP into BGP it > seems the route will not propagate into the BGP table unless you have > network 0.0.0.0 configured under BGP. Does anyone know why this is > necessary? A safety measure perhaps? > > Thanks! ...

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...

memcpy(0,0,0)
Hi, all. This question came up in a code review: are null pointers legal as arguments to memcpy? That is, is the program at the end of this article strictly conforming? (Of course, I check the FAQ first and could not find an answer on point.) I don't have C89 or C99 handy, so I checked draft N869 from here: http://www.open-std.org/jtc1/sc22/wg14/www/docs/n869/n869.txt.gz I note the following: 7.21.1 String function conventions Where an argument declared as "size_t n" specifies the length of the array for a function, "n" can have the value z...

what does the 224.0.0.0 do?
there is always a 224.0.0.0 route in all systems. what does it do and why do I need to have it? Carl Carl wrote: > there is always a 224.0.0.0 route in all systems. what does it do > and why do I need to have it? > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IP_Multicast ...

What does 224.0.0.0 do?
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array 0 0 0...
#include "callFirst.hpp" //contain iostream, namespace, and basic operations int main() { int x[10]; int Ops; for(int i = 0; i < 10; i++){ x[i] = i * 2; } int k = 0; while( k < 10){ int j = 0; cout << x[j]; cout << " "; j++; k++; } int dummy; cin >> dummy; return 0; } why I get output as 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ... suppose it should be 0 2 4 6 ... how do I fix this? m2k_stp@hotmail.com 写道: > #include "callFirst.h...

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