After the installation
We recommend that you regularly consult
New Features and Notes
and the online
for the latest information about product issues.
After completing the SCO OpenServer installation,
it is recommended that you read and follow these instructions:
There are also a number of system administration tasks
that you may need to perform to set up and configure the system
to meet your needs:
For an overview of system administration, including
information on using SCOadmin,
``Administering SCO OpenServer''.
Install and configure other SCO OpenServer products, including
SCO OpenServer Optional Services
and the various development environments for SCO OpenServer.
``Installing and managing software components''.
License and register additional SCO OpenServer products.
``Licensing and registering SCO OpenServer products''.
Start and stop SCO OpenServer and modify and troubleshoot
the startup process.
``Starting and stopping the system''.
Customize the Graphical Environment.
``Customizing startup of the Graphical Environment''.
Specify a desktop environment to use.
``Running a different desktop environment''.
Configure and use DocView.
Modify the locale settings for the system.
``Specifying the locale''.
Configure new and existing system hardware,
including hard disks, host, graphics, and network adapters,
and other peripherals.
``Hardware configuration overview''.
If you selected to use DHCP,
check the DHCP and Address Allocation Servers
on your network to see if an IP address
is allocated to your machine as expected.
``Verifying DHCP and Address Allocation Servers''.
Troubleshoot problems with the system, including
corrupted filesystems and system crashes.
``Troubleshooting system-level problems''.
Configure the system to support system administration
across the network using SCOadmin.
``Administering other systems with SCOadmin''.
Copying the installed kernel
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 05 June 2007