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Hi, Someone could tel me how can i do to start, stop and restart a unix sco ? thanks...

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    Hi,

    Someone could tel me how can i do to start, stop and restart a unix sco ?


    thanks
    Pierre Guest

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    Pierre HIRTH <fr> wrote: 
     

    http://aplawrence.com/newtosco.html

    shutdown -i6 maybe?

    No idea what you are really asking..

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    On 7 Sep 2003 23:18:19 -0700, fr (Pierre HIRTH) wrote:
     

    I'll assume OSR5 (Open Server 5).

    Start (from the boot: prompt):
    unix auto

    Stop (from the shell # prompt) use *ONE* of these:
    shutdown
    haltsys

    Restrart (from the shell # prompt)
    reboot

    You can also use:
    init (runlevel)
    to start/stop/etc.


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    Could you be a bit more precise about what you intend to do ?

    Open the manuals and try to find init, shutdown and so on.

    Paulo Couceiro



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    In article <com>,
    Jeff Liebermann <santa-cruz.ca.us> wrote: 
    >
    >I'll assume OSR5 (Open Server 5).[/ref]
     
     
     
     

    Now init brings back a memory of the time I did that on Xenix!!!

    The man page said it was included for compatibility. And I had
    been working on some AT&T V.2 things. From memory there
    was an init q, or telinit q that reread the /etc/ttys.

    However if you type init <runlevel>, the program read the
    the inittab file, which was empty, and re-wrote /etc/ttys - so that
    all logins were gone. When I work on the BSD systems with the
    /etc/ttys and not the /etc/inittab I sometimes think of those old
    days.

    Bill
    in

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