Upgrading from 3.2v4.0 to 3.2v4.2

Upgrading from 3.2v4.0 to 3.2v4.2

Post by Jean-Pierre Radl » Mon, 26 Aug 1996 04:00:00

Quote:Dennis Mood writes:
> SCO posts maintenance supplements to go from 4.0 to 4.2. If you
> intend to run TCP/IP version 1.2.1 then you should install the
> 4.0 ==> 4.2 Maintenance supplements first. they are available
>   from the SCO BBS, one of teh SCO web sites (www.scoss.com?),
> or check out SCOFORUM on Compuserve in the libraries.

The path from 3.2v4.0 to 3.2v4.2 is not free.



1. Upgrading from 3.2v4.0 to 3.2v4.2

How extensive is the upgrade from 4.0 to 4.2 under SCO/UNIX?

Also, how would I determine what fixes/patches/updates I need to apply to
4.2 to make it current?

Also, is there a copy of perl that is compiled that can be downloaded.  I  
have tried compiling it, but when it gets ready to create the miniperl  
executable, it tells me that symbol 'Perl_chsize' is not found in  
libperl.a, even thought the libx.a library is included and the definition  
of '#define chsize Perl_chsize' is include in 'embed.h'.  

Any help with any of this would be greatly appreciated.



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