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ttyp problem on Sco Open Server 5.04

I connect to my server trough a VT220 emulation PC and the server make a
ttypX pseudo-terminal device. But when I logoff the emulation the server
wrongly keep the ttypX without PID process. I sow this because when I
shutdown the system It returned a message like "/etc/shutdown:3106 alarm
call" and after 120 seconds it asked to me if  I want to shutdown (y/n). The
system then shutdown normally. Also the boot is correct and has no problems.
What can I do to solve this problem?
Thanks
Marco


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This is the syslog file of my server with the telnetd error:

[cut]
Jul  9 08:43:56 scosysv telnetd[654]: ttloop:  peer died: Unknown error
Jul  9 08:44:22 scosysv telnetd[731]: ttloop:  peer died: Unknown error
Jul  9 08:44:42 scosysv telnetd[729]: ttloop:  peer died: Unknown error
Jul  9 08:45:17 scosysv telnetd[733]: can't find terminal control database
entry for line ttyp0
Jul  9 08:46:43 scosysv telnetd[800]: can't find terminal control database
entry for line ttyp0
Jul  9 08:49:28 scosysv telnetd[869]: can't find terminal control database
entry for line ttyp1
Jul  9 08:50:03 scosysv telnetd[842]: can't find terminal control database
entry for line ttyp0
Jul  9 09:57:19 scosysv telnetd[1084]: can't find terminal control database
entry for line ttyp2
Jul  9 09:58:13 scosysv telnetd[1110]: can't find terminal control database
entry for line ttyp2
Jul  9 10:00:50 scosysv telnetd[1056]: can't find terminal control database
entry for line ttyp1
Jul  9 10:01:07 scosysv telnetd[1160]: can't find terminal control database
entry for line ttyp1
Jul  9 10:25:59 scosysv telnetd[968]: can't find terminal control database
entry for line ttyp0

Where can I restore my terminal control database?


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7/9/2004 9:06:59 AM
clucom typed (on Fri, Jul 09, 2004 at 11:06:59AM +0200):
| This is the syslog file of my server with the telnetd error:
| 
| [cut]
| Jul  9 08:43:56 scosysv telnetd[654]: ttloop:  peer died: Unknown error
| Jul  9 08:44:22 scosysv telnetd[731]: ttloop:  peer died: Unknown error
| Jul  9 08:44:42 scosysv telnetd[729]: ttloop:  peer died: Unknown error
| Jul  9 08:45:17 scosysv telnetd[733]: can't find terminal control database
| entry for line ttyp0
| Jul  9 08:46:43 scosysv telnetd[800]: can't find terminal control database
| entry for line ttyp0
| Jul  9 08:49:28 scosysv telnetd[869]: can't find terminal control database
| entry for line ttyp1
| Jul  9 08:50:03 scosysv telnetd[842]: can't find terminal control database
| entry for line ttyp0
| Jul  9 09:57:19 scosysv telnetd[1084]: can't find terminal control database
| entry for line ttyp2
| Jul  9 09:58:13 scosysv telnetd[1110]: can't find terminal control database
| entry for line ttyp2
| Jul  9 10:00:50 scosysv telnetd[1056]: can't find terminal control database
| entry for line ttyp1
| Jul  9 10:01:07 scosysv telnetd[1160]: can't find terminal control database
| entry for line ttyp1
| Jul  9 10:25:59 scosysv telnetd[968]: can't find terminal control database
| entry for line ttyp0
| 
| Where can I restore my terminal control database?

See Technical article 104588, at
http://stage.caldera.com/cgi-bin/ssl_reference?104588

-- 
JP
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jpr5879 (1159)
7/9/2004 8:23:23 PM
Le 9 Jul 2004 16:23:23 -0400, Jean-Pierre Radley <jpr@jpr.com> a �crit :

>clucom typed (on Fri, Jul 09, 2004 at 11:06:59AM +0200):
>| This is the syslog file of my server with the telnetd error:
>| 
>| [cut]
>| Jul  9 08:43:56 scosysv telnetd[654]: ttloop:  peer died: Unknown error
>| Jul  9 08:44:22 scosysv telnetd[731]: ttloop:  peer died: Unknown error
>| Jul  9 08:44:42 scosysv telnetd[729]: ttloop:  peer died: Unknown error
>| Jul  9 08:45:17 scosysv telnetd[733]: can't find terminal control database
>| entry for line ttyp0
>| Jul  9 08:46:43 scosysv telnetd[800]: can't find terminal control database
>| entry for line ttyp0
>| Jul  9 08:49:28 scosysv telnetd[869]: can't find terminal control database
>| entry for line ttyp1
>| Jul  9 08:50:03 scosysv telnetd[842]: can't find terminal control database
>| entry for line ttyp0
>| Jul  9 09:57:19 scosysv telnetd[1084]: can't find terminal control database
>| entry for line ttyp2
>| Jul  9 09:58:13 scosysv telnetd[1110]: can't find terminal control database
>| entry for line ttyp2
>| Jul  9 10:00:50 scosysv telnetd[1056]: can't find terminal control database
>| entry for line ttyp1
>| Jul  9 10:01:07 scosysv telnetd[1160]: can't find terminal control database
>| entry for line ttyp1
>| Jul  9 10:25:59 scosysv telnetd[968]: can't find terminal control database
>| entry for line ttyp0
>| 
>| Where can I restore my terminal control database?
>
>See Technical article 104588, at
>http://stage.caldera.com/cgi-bin/ssl_reference?104588
Bonsoir Jean-pierre,,

Le lien semble mort et sur le nouveau site, c'est une gal�re pour
retrouver un TA !
Bon week-End.
Andre Georgel 

Pour r�pondre et obtenir l'adresse Email :
http://marreduspam.com/ade0b300

"La perfection n'est pas lorsqu'il n'y a plus rien � ajouter, mais
lorsque qu'il n'y a plus rien � enlever."
"Perfection is not when there is nothing to add, but when there is
nothing to remove."

(A. de Saint Exupery)
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7/9/2004 9:45:12 PM
Andr� Georgel wrote:
> Le 9 Jul 2004 16:23:23 -0400, Jean-Pierre Radley <jpr@jpr.com> a �crit :
> 
>>clucom typed (on Fri, Jul 09, 2004 at 11:06:59AM +0200):
>>| This is the syslog file of my server with the telnetd error:
>>| 
<snip>
>>| Where can I restore my terminal control database?
>>
>>See Technical article 104588, at
>>http://stage.caldera.com/cgi-bin/ssl_reference?104588
> 
> Bonsoir Jean-pierre,,
> 
> Le lien semble mort et sur le nouveau site, c'est une gal�re pour
> retrouver un TA !

http://aplawrence.com/ta.html will retrieve any TA for you.

'If you want to refer to a TA number in a posting, you can use 
"http://aplawrence.com/cgi-bin/ta.pl?xxxxx" where "xxxxx" is the TA 
number you want.'

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scobloke2 (557)
7/14/2004 9:25:33 AM
Le Wed, 14 Jul 2004 09:25:33 +0000 (UTC), Ian Wilson
<scobloke2@infotop.co.uk> a �crit :

>Andr� Georgel wrote:
>> Le 9 Jul 2004 16:23:23 -0400, Jean-Pierre Radley <jpr@jpr.com> a �crit :
>> 
>>>clucom typed (on Fri, Jul 09, 2004 at 11:06:59AM +0200):
>>>| This is the syslog file of my server with the telnetd error:
>>>| 
><snip>
>>>| Where can I restore my terminal control database?
>>>
>>>See Technical article 104588, at
>>>http://stage.caldera.com/cgi-bin/ssl_reference?104588
>> 
>> Bonsoir Jean-pierre,,
>> 
>> Le lien semble mort et sur le nouveau site, c'est une gal�re pour
>> retrouver un TA !
>
>http://aplawrence.com/ta.html will retrieve any TA for you.
>
>'If you want to refer to a TA number in a posting, you can use 
>"http://aplawrence.com/cgi-bin/ta.pl?xxxxx" where "xxxxx" is the TA 
>number you want.'

Thank you,

I've found the TA location on the SCO WEB.
Andre Georgel 

Pour r�pondre et obtenir l'adresse Email :
http://marreduspam.com/ade0b300

"La perfection n'est pas lorsqu'il n'y a plus rien � ajouter, mais lorsque qu'il n'y a plus rien � enlever."
"Perfection is not when there is nothing to add, but when there is nothing to remove."

(A. de Saint Exupery)
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7/14/2004 2:40:31 PM
"Andr� Georgel" <andre.georgel@marreduspam.com> ha scritto nel messaggio
news:7ehaf018tg2v8r079o552voamp5bk5bg4b@4ax.com...
> Le Wed, 14 Jul 2004 09:25:33 +0000 (UTC), Ian Wilson
> <scobloke2@infotop.co.uk> a �crit :
[cut]

Thanks to all. Now the system work fine.

Ciao

Marco


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7/15/2004 1:35:58 PM
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What is the difference between drivers for ancient SCO OpenServer 5 and SCO 6? Is it at all possible to get an SCO 5 driver to run on SCO 6? (Source not available). I suspect I shouldn't touch this with a barge pole. On Thursday, January 2, 2014 7:00:20 PM UTC+1, roberth...@yahoo.com wrote: > What is the difference between drivers for ancient SCO OpenServer 5 and SCO 6? > > Is it at all possible to get an SCO 5 driver to run on SCO 6? (Source not available). > > I suspect I shouldn't touch this with a barge pole. I think that SCO OpenServer 5 was based on...

Problem using cron on SCO 5.0.5
Hi, I have a problem using cron on Compaq Proliant ML-370 O/S SCO 5.0.5.. Jobs have been scheduled for more than 20hrs. Problem is after executing the jobs for 6 to 7 hrs the cron stops functioning. I need to reboot Sco Unix in order for the cron to be started. This is a serious problem for me as i need to take databases tran's log dumps every hour, and definately its wrong way to reboot the server for cron to be started. Waiting for an answer and thanx. Regards Nitin Nitin Shinde made comment on Fri Jul 25 09:53:24 2003 : > Hi, > I have a problem using cron on Compaq Proliant ML-370 O/S SCO 5.0.5.. > Jobs have been scheduled for more than 20hrs. Problem is after > executing the jobs for 6 to 7 hrs the cron stops functioning. I need > to reboot Sco Unix in order for the cron to be started. > This is a serious problem for me as i need to take databases tran's > log dumps every hour, and definately its wrong way to reboot the > server for cron to be started. > Waiting for an answer and thanx. What patches have been installed - specifically has the 'Cron Suppliment' oss642a been applied. -- ======================================================================== Tom Melvin tom@tkrh.demon.co.uk http://www.tkrh.demon.co.uk Veterinary Solutions Ltd Sysop Compuserve Unixforum ======================================================================== ...

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Hi, Am trying to install SCO OpenServer 5.0.5 on a PIII with a 20GB Maxtor HD. I manage to install fine (no errors showing) and get UNIX to see the entire drive but upon reboot (removing the floppy and CD-ROM as instructed), instead of teh boot: prompt, it says NO OS. What am I doing wrong? Thanks, Don Don wrote: > > Hi, > > Am trying to install SCO OpenServer 5.0.5 on a PIII with a 20GB Maxtor > HD. I manage to install fine (no errors showing) and get UNIX to see > the entire drive but upon reboot (removing the floppy and CD-ROM as > instructed), instead of teh boot: prompt, it says NO OS. > > What am I doing wrong? > > Thanks, > Don Put this into www.groups.google and view the post by Bella: stamp dparam group:comp.unix.sco.misc -- Steve Fabac S.M. Fabac & Associates 816/765-1670 ...

SCO Open server on MS Vitural Server RS2
I am tryin to install SCO Open Server Release 5 on to Windows XP PRO SP2 with 1.5GB RAM, I have the space for VHD. The Host OS /Hardware has the resource to deal with this. I have configured the Virtual SCO Open Server with 64MB RAM and 1GB IDE VHD The bootdisk i have for the OS boot up okay, i get the prompt boot, i hit enter to start the install which start okay, but part the wat through after 'Starting Initial System Load from: Floppy Disk' it comes up with an error Error Initializing access to device /dev/instal; There may be a BIOS setup problem or other hardware confugration error on that device If anyone has any ideas, thanks in advance "Barkingmadscot" wrote: > I am tryin to install SCO Open Server Release 5 on to Windows XP PRO > SP2 with 1.5GB RAM, I have the space for VHD. What version of OpenServer? That should be 5.0.0, 5.0.2, 5.0.4, 5.0.5, 5.0.6 or 5.0.7. Installation behaviors vary tremendously over that range. > The Host OS /Hardware has the resource to deal with this. > > I have configured the Virtual SCO Open Server with 64MB RAM and 1GB IDE > VHD > > The bootdisk i have for the OS boot up okay, i get the prompt boot, i > hit enter to start the install which start okay, but part the wat > through after > > 'Starting Initial System Load from: Floppy Disk' > > it comes up with an error > > Error Initializing access to device /dev/instal; > There may be a BIOS setu...

Problems with Business Basic on SCO 5.0.5
Hello, experts! I have an SCO Unix 5.0.5 server running Business Basic programs. When I try to connect my Wx PC clients to the Unix, via a Terminal Emulator, say Telnet or SCO TermLite in an ansi mode or vt100 mode, the Business Basic program interface appears to be "corrupted". It means that the sent characters look very untidy. So, I guess that the problem is with the bbx2 and not with the terminal emulator. I was seeking for some tips in this google group, and I just found that somebody put the following line in the .profile: stty rows 0 columns 0 xpixels 0 ypixels 0 Has anybody had a similar problem like mine? Many thanks! Rosa "Rosa2003" <rosa2003rosa@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:b2bd6daa.0308071139.5736a8e4@posting.google.com... > Hello, experts! > I have an SCO Unix 5.0.5 server running Business Basic programs. > When I try to connect my Wx PC clients to the Unix, via a Terminal > Emulator, say Telnet or SCO TermLite in an ansi mode or vt100 mode, > the Business Basic program interface appears to be "corrupted". It > means that the sent characters look very untidy. So, I guess that the > problem is with the bbx2 and not with the terminal emulator. I was > seeking for some tips in this google group, and I just found that > somebody put the following line in the .profile: > stty rows 0 columns 0 xpixels 0 ypixels 0 > > Has anybody had a similar problem like mine? > Many thanks!...

Microsoft Virutal Server & SCO Open Server
I am attempting to install SCO OpenServer within Virtual Server 2005 R2. When it goes into the text mode boot screen all the text is just blocks of blue on black. No letters are distinguishable. Any ideas what settings I can tweak? Thanks. --- AntiSpam/harvest --- Remove X's to send email to me. Josh Assing wrote: > I am attempting to install SCO OpenServer within Virtual Server 2005 R2. > > When it goes into the text mode boot screen all the text is just blocks of > blue on black. No letters are distinguishable. > > Any ideas what settings I can tweak? Look for the "ivga" and/or "invd" BTLDs (google "ivga btld", "invd btld"). You may need one or both of those. OSR507 boots and installs successfully in VMware WorkStation (tested 5.50) and I expect in VMware Server as well (haven't tried it yet). Next time, state your OSR5 version number as well as your virtual machine software version... >Bela< Thanks Bela! Sorry for the lack of info... will do better next time. -josh On 7 Feb 2006 15:07:28 -0500, Bela Lubkin <filbo@armory.com> wrote: >Josh Assing wrote: > >> I am attempting to install SCO OpenServer within Virtual Server 2005 R2. >> >> When it goes into the text mode boot screen all the text is just blocks of >> blue on black. No letters are distinguishable. >> >> Any ideas what settings I can tweak? > >Look for the "i...

Problem using cron on SCO 5.0.5 #2
Hi, I have a problem using cron on SCO 5.0.5.. Jobs have been scheduled for more than 20hrs. Problem is after executing the jobs for 6 to 7 hrs the cron stops functioning. I need to reboot Sco Unix in order for the cron to be started. This is a serious problem for me as i need to take databases tran's log dumps every hour, and definately its wrong way to reboot the server for cron to be started. Waiting for an answer and thanx. Regards Nitin Nitin Shinde typed (on Fri, Jul 25, 2003 at 03:35:48AM -0700): | Hi, | I have a problem using cron on SCO 5.0.5.. Jobs have been scheduled | for more than 20hrs. Problem is after executing the jobs for 6 to 7 | hrs the cron stops | functioning. I need to reboot Sco Unix in order for the cron to be | started. | This is a serious problem for me as i need to take databases tran's | log dumps every hour, and definately its wrong way to reboot the | server for cron to be started. | Waiting for an answer and thanx. If cron isn't running, why don't you just type /etc/cron? -- JP ...

Postgresql 7.4.1 Compile problem for SCO 5.0.5
I am trying to compile postgresql 7.4.1 for sco 5.0.5 and get the following error: "thread.c", line 269: error: undefined symbol: h_errno Any ideas? ../configure --with-libs=/usr/local/lib --with-includes=/usr/local/include herbie!/tmp/postgresql-7.4.1 # gmake gmake -C doc all gmake[1]: Entering directory `/tmp/postgresql-7.4.1/doc' gmake[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'. gmake[1]: Leaving directory `/tmp/postgresql-7.4.1/doc' gmake -C src all gmake[1]: Entering directory `/tmp/postgresql-7.4.1/src' gmake -C port all gmake[2]: Entering directory `/...

problem building sendmail 8.12.10 on SCO OS 5.0.5
I'm trying to build the latest 8.12.10 on my SCO OS 5.0.5. I am faced with the following error. Not sure how to resolve it. Thanks. # sh Build -I/usr/include -L/usr/lib Making all in: /usr/local/sendmail-8.12.10/libsm Configuration: pfx=, os=SCO, rel=5.0.5, rbase=5, rroot=5.0, arch=i386, sfx=, var iant=optimized Making in /usr/local/sendmail-8.12.10/obj.SCO.5.0.5.i386/libsm cc -b elf -O -I. -I../../include -DMAP_REGEX -DNDBM -c rpool.c rpool.c rpool.c(32) : error C2057: expected constant expression *** Error code 1 *** Error code 1 ~Lars -- Aalborg Instruments Orangeburg, New York http://www.aalborg.com ...

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