I've erroneously applied the UOD426C year 2000 patch to a SCO 5.0.2 system.
This patch was designed for SCO 3.2v4.2 and others but not SCO 5.
What disastrous effects will this have?
Any replies will be appreciated.
Not a disaster, just total meltdown. Take it out of service immediately
and restore from backups (hopefully) or a reinstall. It might be
possible to reverse the changes but the time, trouble and chance for major
error isn't worth it.
I didn't think this was possible using custom/scoadmin.
Since it makes backups of everything it replaces, you may just be able
to remove it and that'd bring back your original binaries/libraries.
Or maybe just keep using dysize(), but ask your system vendor to fix
it where it should be fixed (i.e. in the C library).