comp.unix.sco Technical FAQ 3/9
Questions and Answers Specific to Unix/ODT
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- I have a system
memory dump in my swap space; how do I delete it?
- How do I save kernel
panic dumps to tape?
- At boot time,
the "Enter the root password or ^D" message doesn't work!
- My pre-EAFS filesystem
gives errors on filenames greater than 14 chars
- I just upgraded to 3.2v4
but I still can't use long filenames
- The permissions on
/usr/adm/sa and its children are wrong
- I get an error "Cannot
obtain database information on this terminal"
- I need help configuring
- What is the new "low"
security level in 3.2v4?
- My AHA154x/174x isn't
- How do I
upgrade from an n-user licence?
- How do I get MMDF to
send one copy of a message to many people?
- My system is slow or
hangs when sizing memory
- My system
doesn't recognize files starting with #!
- Where do I get POP
- How do I fix a kernel
panic trap 0x00000006?
- How do I configure
an EIDE drive to work on 3.2v4.x?
- How do I change
my SCSI host adapter?
- My machine had a
panic. How do I find out why?
- How do I find out the
names of BTLDs on a BTLD diskette?
- How do I install a
BTLD on a running system?
- My keyboard locks
- My machine locks up
at boot time
- How much RAM can my
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