1. errpt, errupdate, errlog
Unix (in general) and Linux (in particular) don't have an "error database"; there's
just a simple "syslog"
... or ...
2. dsmit, smitty
The admin tool - and it's capabilities - vary wildly from distro to disto.
On SuSE Linux, for example, the equivalent is "YaST2". YaST2 can automatically
detect whether it's running in graphics or text mode, and displays appropriately.
Again, there's no equivalent in most Unix/Linux platforms: the tty ports
"just work" (or you can use modem-related tools like "kermit" or "cu" to
play with them).
Standard with all Unix systems (including Linux) ... but you might need to "su"
to root in order to find it (it wouldn't typically be on a normal user's default $PATH).
This link might help: