SCO Open Server system administrator's guide
to administering the multi-user (networked) aspects of Open Server systems. KEY TOPICS: Explains how to configure and administer the server portion of PC-Interface complete with debugging information; how to use the security features to protect data and prevent tampering; how to keep records of system activity; how to support users logged in via serial terminals; and how to scheduled (and unattended) backups of the filesystems located on the server or across the network. MARKET: For those responsible for Open Server system administration.
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Administering Operating System assigned audit daemon audit data audit device audit event audit records audit session audit subsystem audit trail AUTOEXEC.BAT backup chmod collection files command compaction files CONFIG.SYS create daemon database default device driver Dflt disabled diskette displayed entry error event mask event type example execute filesystem following sysadmsh selection getty gettydefs hardware host file HUPCL internet address kernel authorization Korn shell LUID mode network drive option output record parameters password pathname PC-Interface file services PC-Interface users pcidossvr perform personal computer press F3 press Return printer problem Process ID pseudo-ttys Refer report template root scancode screen serial line server setuid specified sticky bit system administrator System Administrator's Guide system call System O Audit terminal emulation terminfo trusted system umask UNIX operating system UNIX system user accounts user ID user's