SCO 5.0 OS for WEB/E-Mail Server

SCO 5.0 OS for WEB/E-Mail Server

Post by Scott Est » Fri, 24 May 1996 04:00:00

I'm considering using the latest version of SCO Unix on a Web/Email server.  
If you'd tried this, can u email me with ur experiences?  Was ur experience
good/bad?  What SMTP and Browsing applications were on top of the OS??


SCO 5.0 OS for WEB/E-Mail Server

Post by SkyNot » Wed, 05 Jun 1996 04:00:00

I am using it now. It is very fast. You can use the netscape server and
to do this.


1. Virtual Web Servers on SCO OS 3.0 and 5.0

Hi all,

To get a virtual web server running, it is my understanding you need the
following steps, not necessarily in order:

1. HTTPD server that supports virtual servers e.g. Apache.  Apache is
trivial to configure to do this.

2. IP address for the virtual server with appropriate entries in your DNS

3. Get your machine's network interface (presumably ethernet card) to
respond to the new (i.e. multiple) IP addresses.

I don't know how to do number 3 and whether it works under OS 3.0, 5.0 or

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2. Internet RFCs

3. SCO Open Server Enterprise 5.0 / Virtual Disk Manager (change in e-mail address)

4. telnet localhost gets 'Connection closed by foreign host'

5. OS 5.0 and NIS server from non-sco machines

6. Openserver - Proxy but what about other...

7. NCSA Web Server for SCO 5.0: GETMSG prob..

8. Q: Linux PPTP client avail?

9. Web Server on SCO 5.0 Recommendation?

10. SCO OS 5 and OS/2 Warp Server

11. POP3 ---> Web-based e-mail on Linux 5.0

12. Use Solaris x86 or Linux v2 for Web server and email server??

13. linux router, email server, web server, newbie