COPS on a Linux PC

COPS on a Linux PC

Post by psm.. » Sat, 12 Nov 1994 21:45:18



Can anyone tell me if I can run COPS on a Linux PC?  Any special procedures or helpful
advice?

 
 
 

COPS on a Linux PC

Post by Bob Kell » Wed, 16 Nov 1994 11:19:33


: Can anyone tell me if I can run COPS on a Linux PC?  Any special procedures or helpful
: advice?

On my latest 2-CD Infomagic disks, there is compiled runable version of COPS.
Don't know if it's available from the mit or unc sites, but I'd be
surprised if it wasn't.  Didn't run it though I'm sure it will run fine.

 
 
 

COPS on a Linux PC

Post by Lester I » Wed, 16 Nov 1994 14:05:11


: Can anyone tell me if I can run COPS on a Linux PC?  Any special procedures or helpful
: advice?
Yes you can.  I have but it has been a year or so and some of the work I did
not do myself so I can't offer any more advice than yes you can.

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COPS on a Linux PC

Post by Dominik Kub » Wed, 16 Nov 1994 21:37:16


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   : Can anyone tell me if I can run COPS on a Linux PC?  Any special procedures or helpful
   : advice?

   On my latest 2-CD Infomagic disks, there is compiled runable version of COPS.
   Don't know if it's available from the mit or unc sites, but I'd be
   surprised if it wasn't.  Didn't run it though I'm sure it will run fine.

Cops compiles more or less right out of rhe box, only the scripts need some
finetuning (not all are configured by 'reconfig')

I have installed COPS from the sources w/o any troubles...

And i must say that a stock Linux distribution had less warnings than HP/UX
or Ultrix! Quite impressive ...

Cheers,
  Dominik

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COPS on a Linux PC

Post by Virg » Mon, 21 Nov 1994 20:07:06


: : Can anyone tell me if I can run COPS on a Linux PC?  Any special procedures or helpful
: : advice?

: On my latest 2-CD Infomagic disks, there is compiled runable version of COPS.
: Don't know if it's available from the mit or unc sites, but I'd be
: surprised if it wasn't.  Didn't run it though I'm sure it will run fine.

Just like any other unix box, its runs OK.
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