The Software Manager interface
If you start the Software Manager and the
License Manager one right after the other,
the Software Manager menus may not respond.
To work around this problem, re-invoke the Software Manager.
You can start the Software Manager in any of these ways:
To run the Software Manager, you must have root
or sysadmin authorization.
Double-click on the Software Manager icon in the
System Administration window on the Desktop.
Start the SCOadmin launcher by entering scoadmin
on the command line, then select Software Manager.
Enter scoadmin software manager on the command line.
(You can abbreviate this to scoadmin so.)
For more information on using SCOadmin managers, see
``Administering your system with SCOadmin''.
``The Software Manager''
shows the main window for the Software Manager
and defines the symbols that mark the available software.
(Most of the symbols are based on a picture of a CD-ROM.)
The figure is missing one symbol: a broken disk,
indicating that the software
became corrupted during or after installation.
The Software Manager
Installing and managing software components
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 03 June 2005