Thanks for the help.. It's 3.2v5.0.5
SCO 5 I'd say...
We're using TUN 11.1 as the emulator and they're all plugging into the
regular serial port 1 of their white box 600MHz or Dell 1.8GHz PCs...
The application is a home-grown police database system, all text based...
It's their program that's not giving the option to print to screen or
when connecting to the same TUN 11.1 through TCP/IP vs. serial; we're
using the same emulation program, just a different way of connecting.
The company that made the software and installed the server really wants
nothing to do with us since we're not going to upgrade to their new product
but instead something else within a year's time, so we're stuck trying to
figure this out for ourselves if at all possible...
Hope that helps,
> OK, I'll bite:
> What version of SCO? (post the output from uname -X)
> What application are the users running on the SCO system? Home-grown?
> What type of serial ports? (Make and model)
> And finally...
> What emulation software are the Windoze boxes using? (Make and
> Sounds to me like the application on the SCO system handles the
> printing, or perhaps it is some function of the driver for your serial
> I/O device(s). Could be the emulation software, but I would think
> that would handle the change to ethernet.
> Scott McMillan