# # (SCO Unix) Is it possible to have more than one instance of customrunning
APLawrence.com -  Resources for Unix and Linux Systems, Bloggers and the self-employed

OSR5 FAQ

I've removed advertising from most of this site and will eventually clean up the few pages where it remains.

While not terribly expensive to maintain, this does cost me something. If I don't get enough donations to cover that expense, I will be shutting the site down in early 2020.

If you found something useful today, please consider a small donation.



Some material is very old and may be incorrect today

© December 2003 (various)

This article is from a FAQ concerning SCO operating systems. While some of the information may be applicable to any OS, or any Unix or Linux OS, it may be specific to SCO Xenix, Open There is lots of Linux, Mac OS X and general Unix info elsewhere on this site: Search this site is the best way to find anything.

Is it possible to have more than one instance of SCO Unix custom running ?

John Boland posted the following a while ago (please change the reference to SCO OS 5.0.2 (5.0.2Dp) with the one related to the 5.0.x version you're using) :


 === cut here ===
 
 The lock file is:
 
 /var/opt/K/SCO/Unix/5.0.2Dp/custom/client.lock
 
 Move this file aside and you can run as many Software Managers (custom)
 as you like.
 
 === cut here ===
 

Contributed by Roberto Zini

More recent versions put the file in a different place, but just do a "find / -name client.lock".


If you found something useful today, please consider a small donation.



Got something to add? Send me email.





(OLDER)    <- More Stuff -> (NEWER)    (NEWEST)   

Printer Friendly Version

->
-> (SCO Unix) Is it possible to have more than one instance of customrunning


Inexpensive and informative Apple related e-books:

Take Control of Numbers

iOS 10: A Take Control Crash Course

Take Control of iCloud, Fifth Edition

Take Control of Automating Your Mac

Take Control of OS X Server






Printer Friendly Version

Have you tried Searching this site?

This is a Unix/Linux resource website. It contains technical articles about Unix, Linux and general computing related subjects, opinion, news, help files, how-to's, tutorials and more.

Contact us


Printer Friendly Version





Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value. (Albert Einstein)




Linux posts

Troubleshooting posts


This post tagged:

FAQ

SCO_OSR5



Unix/Linux Consultants

Skills Tests

Unix/Linux Book Reviews

My Unix/Linux Troubleshooting Book

This site runs on Linode