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Old 09-08-2013, 02:05 PM   #1
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what is the equivalent command of sysadmsh in unixware7.1.3


I have read the book SCO Unix System Administrators Guide and I have found the command sysadmsh useful for system administration. I have tried the above command in unixware7.1.3 and I got the message command not found.

Currently I am running unixware7.1.3 in VmWare WorkStsation10.0.

Kindly specify the equivalent command of sysadmsh in unixware7.1.3.


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Rupesh.
 
Old 09-08-2013, 05:45 PM   #2
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I have read the book SCO Unix System Administrators Guide and I have found the command sysadmsh useful for system administration. I have tried the above command in unixware7.1.3 and I got the message command not found.

Currently I am running unixware7.1.3 in VmWare WorkStsation10.0.

Kindly specify the equivalent command of sysadmsh in unixware7.1.3.

Regards,
Rupesh.
Unixware 7 is a commercial, PAY FOR product. Have you contacted SCO for support/assistance? Perhaps the books that came with your purchase of Unixware 7, where they tell you about the "scoadmin" command? Google???

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