Starting the calendar daemon (10)
The calendar daemon generates the SCO Shell event window.
Normally the calendar daemon will run all the time, but if
there is a problem with the system, such as a power failure,
it might stop running. If this happens, you must restart it
by following these steps:
When the calendar daemon is running, it maintains a file in
If the daemon process is stopped using a kill -9,
this file might not be properly removed. If you try to restart
the calendar daemon and you get a message indicating that it is
already running, check to make sure this file has been removed.
Select option 10 from the Calendar Administration menu.
A message indicating that the calendar daemon will restart appears.
If no daemon was present, the program starts one.
If the daemon was already present, an error message appears explaining
that fact. In either case, press <Return>
to return to the Calendar Administration menu.
Examining server log files (11)
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 02 June 2005