"man dhcpcd", paying particular attention to the -k option.Quote:> I am using DHCP to connect to the internet... but how can I release
> it ?
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At SCO Forum this week, I asked some of our sales people to explain our
"competitive trade-in" programs. Here's what I learned.
This is absolutely unofficial and I might have completely misunderstood
part of it. Your milage may vary, etc.
"Competitive trade-ins" are trade-in offers for competing Unix products.
They are offered for any Intel Unix based on AT&T/USL System V code
(e.g. Interactive Unix, Microport System V/AT, Novell UnixWare, Solaris
x86, etc.) I don't know if we would consider non-Intel or non-SysV
products. Also, "competitive trade-in" is the only upgrade path from
older SCO products: pre-2.3 SCO XENIX releases, 286 XENIX releases, and
possibly pre-2.0 ODT/pre-3.2v4.0 Unix releases.
Two trade-ins are offered: for $444(*), to SCO OpenServer Release 5 Host
System 5-user; for $777(*), to SCO OpenServer Release 5 Enterprise
(*)A bunch of notes about pricing:
o They're US prices, international prices (and policies?) *will* vary
o Prices *are* discountable if you are a dealer, distributor etc.
o I don't know whether they include SCO SES (Software Enhancement
o I don't know if media charges are extra
o Printed doc charges are almost certainly extra (as with standard
Open Server Release 5, all docs are provided online, printed are
o The usual complex pricing system for additional users, add-on
layered products, etc. applies
o I might have misunderstood the prices
"Contact your reseller or SCO for more information"