Administering your SCO OpenServer system
To help system administration, troubleshooting, and future
upgrades go more smoothly, keep a copy of the completed
Installation and Upgrade Checklist
as described in the System Administration Guide.
For an overview of administering SCO OpenServer, including
information on using SCOadmin, see
``Administering SCO OpenServer''.
The system administration tasks
with which you should be familiar include:
Installing and configuring other SCO OpenServer products, including
SCO OpenServer Optional Services
and the various development environments for SCO OpenServer.
``Installing and managing software components''.)
Licensing and registering additional SCO OpenServer products.
``Licensing and registering SCO OpenServer products''.)
Starting and stopping SCO OpenServer and modifying and troubleshooting
the startup process.
``Starting and stopping the system''.)
Configuring the Internet components on the system,
including World Wide Web access, remote file transfer access,
point-to-point connections with other systems, and
``Configuring Internet Services''.)
Customizing the Desktop and Graphical Environment sessions.
``Customizing startup of the Graphical Environment''.)
Modifying the locale settings for the system.
``Specifying the locale''.)
Configuring new and existing system hardware,
including hard disks, host, graphics, and network adapters,
and other peripherals.
``Basic hardware configuration''.)
Troubleshooting problems with the system, including
corrupted filesystems and system crashes.
``Troubleshooting system-level problems''.)
Configuring the system to support system administration
across the network using SCOadmin.
``Administering other systems with SCOadmin''.)
You will also want to familiarize yourself with the
contents of the System Administration Guide and the Networking Guide.
Managing SCO OpenServer systems with Caldera Volution Manager
© 2003 Caldera International, Inc. All rights reserved.
SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003