How to: UUCP via TCP/ SCO -> UW

How to: UUCP via TCP/ SCO -> UW

Post by Tim Ric » Sun, 22 Jun 1997 04:00:00



I finally figured out how to get the SCO Unix boxes to do UUCP transfers
via TCP to UnixWare 2.x boxes. Now it works both ways.
I've tried this with OS3 and OS5.

Enjoy.

On the UnixWare side. (2.x)
....

#
MACHINE=scobox:anotheruw LOGNAME=nuucp \

        READ=/usr/spool/uucppublic:/usr/tmp:/tmp \
        WRITE=/usr/spool/uucppublic:/usr/tmp:/tmp \
        SENDFILES=yes REQUEST=yes
#
....

#
CS  - - - CS
#
....

#       For your UnixWare to UnixWare connections
TcpCico10103,eg tcp - - TLI \D nls.uucico
#
....

#
scobox Any CS,te - -,uucpd in:--in: uuSomeLogin word: SomePassword
anotheruw Any CS,te - -,listen:10103
#
....

Now the SCO side.
....
#

MACHINE=uwbox LOGNAME=uuSomeLogin \

        READ=/usr/spool/uucppublic:/usr/tmp:/tmp \
        WRITE=/usr/spool/uucppublic:/usr/tmp:/tmp \
        SENDFILES=yes REQUEST=yes
#
....

#
nls.uucico      ""      "" NLPS:000:001:10103\N\c
#
....
#

TLI inet/tcp - Any TLI \D nls.uucico
#
....

# The 4 nnn's are the octal numbers of the IP of the destination machine
# So if the IP of the UW box is 192.168.20.10 the 4 octal numbers
# would be \300\250\024\012 (use bc for conversion)
#
uwbox Any TLI,e Any \002\000\012\316\nnn\nnn\nnn\nnn\000\000\000\000\000\000\000\000
#
....

--
Tim Rice                        Multitalents            707 887-1469

 
 
 

1. UUCP Sco-Linux via TCP

Hi,
  I know this is more Linux than a Sco question:-).  I understand the
Sco end of uucp, but has anyone tried to uucp files between Sco and
Linux?  I am using Sco Openserver 5.0.5 and I setup uucp to transmit
over TCP to other Sco servers (5.0.5 and using a modem to connect to my
3.2v4.2 Sco Server) without any problems.
  I have a Red Hat 6.2 Linux server with Taylor uucp installed.  Tom
Parsons, from the Unix forum, stated that the Sco end of the uucp setup
remains the same as another Sco host and the Linux end should not be a
problem.  However, I cannot figure out how to get the Linux uucp to
work at all and the documentation of Linux uucp is very poor.  Has
anybody tried this or can offer any help?  I will also leave a message
in the Linux forum as well.
Thank you,
Rob W.

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