Nicholas Lucas schrieb:
it depends on the edition you have. The Host System is without TCP/IP, onlyQuote:> When you install sco openserver 5.0.4, does TCP/IP get installed and set up
> automatically? It seems the sco tcp/ip loopback driver was installed.
> I've been having problems with "netconfig". I have a couple of books on
> sco unix, and the way they describe the workings of netconfig is very
> different from the way it is working on openserver. I cant seem to be able
> to configure the system name, domain name or anything else from netconfig,
> maybe because only the loopback driver is installed. The unix books say
> you do not need tcp/ip hardware to be able to set up and run tcp/ip, just
> the loopback driver. What am I doing wrong??
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One of my customer is using a version of SCO OpenServer
without TCP/IP. Is it possible to use the Linux's TCP/IP
kernel with SCO? Because the SCO server wants to connect
with a Windows NT server, we need a facility to transfer
data between them. Is this a feasible solution?
Thank for your response in advance.