SCO OpenServer systems include comprehensive documentation.
Depending on which SCO OpenServer system you have, the following
books are available in online and/or printed form.
Access online books by double-clicking on the Desktop
Additional printed versions of the books are also available.
The Desktop and most SCO OpenServer programs and utilities are
linked to extensive context-sensitive help,
which in turn is linked to relevant sections in the
online versions of the following books.
``Getting help'' in the SCO OpenServer Handbook.
When you upgrade or supplement your SCO OpenServer software, you
might also install online documentation that is
more current than the printed books that
came with the original system.
For the most up-to-date information,
check the online documentation.
contain important late-breaking information about installation,
hardware requirements, and known limitations.
The Release Notes also highlight the new features added for
provides the information needed to get your SCO OpenServer system
up and running, including installation and
configuration instructions, and introductions to
the Desktop, online documentation,
system administration, and troubleshooting.
Graphical Environment Reference
contains the manual pages for the X server (section X),
the Desktop, and X clients
from SCO and MIT (section XC).
describes how to set up SCO® Gateway for NetWare®
and LAN Manager Client software
on an SCO OpenServer system to access printers, filesystems,
and other services provided by servers running
Novell® NetWare® and by servers running LAN Manager over DOS,
OS/2®, or UNIX systems. This book
contains the manual pages for LAN Manager Client commands (section
provides information on configuring and administering TCP/IP,
NFS®, and IPX/SPX(TM)
software to provide networked and
distributed functionality, including system and network management,
applications support, and file, name, and time services.
contains the command, file, protocol, and utility manual pages
for the IPX/SPX (section PADM),
NFS (sections NADM, NC, and NF),
and TCP/IP (sections ADMN, ADMP, SFF,
and TC) networking software.
Operating System Administrator's Reference
contains the manual pages for system administration commands and
utilities (section ADM), system file formats (section F),
hardware-specific information (section HW),
miscellaneous commands (section M),
and SCO Visual Tcl(TM) commands (section TCL).
provides a basic introduction to the SCO OpenServer operating system.
This book can also be used
as a refresher course or a quick-reference guide.
Each chapter is a self-contained lesson designed to
give hands-on experience using the SCO OpenServer operating system.
provides an introduction to SCO OpenServer command-line
utilities, the SCO Shell utilities,
working with files and directories, editing files
with the vi editor, transferring
files to disks and tape, using DOS disks and files
in the SCO OpenServer environment, managing processes,
shell programming, regular expressions, awk,
Operating System User's Reference
contains the manual pages for user-accessible
operating system commands and utilities (section C).
describes how to set up PC-Interface(TM) software on
an SCO OpenServer system to provide
print, file, and terminal emulation services to computers
running PC-Interface client software under DOS or Microsoft®
describes performance tuning for uniprocessor, multiprocessor,
and networked systems, including those with TCP/IP, NFS, and X clients.
This book discusses how the various subsystems function,
possible performance constraints due to hardware limitations,
and optimizing system configuration for various uses.
Concepts and strategies are illustrated with case studies.
describes how to use and configure an SCO® Merge(TM) system.
Topics include installing Windows, installing
DOS and Windows applications, using DOS with
the SCO OpenServer operating system,
configuring hardware and software resources, and
using SCO Merge in an international environment.
describes how to use SCO® Wabi(TM) software to
run Windows 3.1 applications on the SCO OpenServer
operating system. Topics include
installing the SCO Wabi software, setting up drives, configuring ports,
managing printing operations, and installing and running applications.
The SCO OpenServer Development System includes
extensive documentation of application development
issues and tools.
Many other useful publications about SCO systems
by independent authors are available from technical