Remote administration problems
If you have problems performing remote administration:
Ensure that user equivalence is configured properly. The
account on the local system used to perform the remote task
must be recognized by the remote system. In addition, the
account must have the authorizations necessary to run the
Verify your network connections are configured and functional
(including the /etc/hosts file or name service).
Verify that SCOadmin is running on the remote system. This
is necessary for all tasks except remote printing. You can set
up a printer on a remote system that is not running
SCOadmin, but the remote system must support LPD,
and the local system must be recognized by the remote system
(in /etc/hosts.lpd or /etc/hosts.equiv on
UNIX systems). If the remote system is running SCOadmin,
it is possible to get a list of the printers
available on the system.
SCOadmin error trace
Recovering from SCOadmin failures in character mode
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 05 June 2007