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UnixWare Frequently Asked Questions (Overview) Introduction This is the Overview section of the UnixWare Frequently Asked Questions file maintained on the Internet for the Usenet newsgroup comp.unix.unixware.misc. Its maintainer is Andrew Josey (andrew(at)tamarix.demon.co.uk). Suggestions and contributions are always welcome. This document and the other FAQ files may be found on the world wide web at http://www.freebird.org/faq/ This document may also be obtained by anonymous ftp from the freebird archive at * ftp.freebird.org:/unixware/freebird/hints/FAQ/overview * ftp1.freebird.org:/pub/mirror/freebird/hints/FAQ/overview * ftp2.freebird.org:/pub/unixware/freebird/hints/FAQ/overview Small print: This file is Copyright 1997-1998 freebird.org. Permission is granted for copying for non-commercial use. Many proper names of companies and software mentioned in these files are trademarks of their respective owners. All views are those of the individual contributors and not of their employers. This article is posted monthly around the middle of the month. The FAQ is divided into the following categories: * (O) Overview, this document describing other documents which compose the total UnixWare FAQ and pointers to other UnixWare resources. * (D) Developer, for items of interest to software developers/programmers * (A) Autoconfiguration, describing use of the Device Configuration Utility(DCU) * (M) Mailsurr, describing the Email system * (T) Troubleshooting, describing UnixWare 2.x installation and miscellaneous topics * (G) General, for items of nonspecific interest * (N) How to setup Networking. * (U) UnixWare 7 specific qustions. A Meta FAQ is now available - see http://www.freebird.org/faq/meta.html. (The following are now looking a bit dated and could do with an update) * (U) User, for items of interest to general users * (S) SysAdmin, for items of interest to UnixWare system administrators Each of these category is now a separate file; together, along with this overview, they are the UnixWare FAQ. They are posted to the Internet newsgroups comp.unix.unixware.misc and comp.unix.unixware.announce, and related groups, including and , roughly once a month. Readers of these files with access to the Internet should be able to find them archived in the archive at rtfm.mit.edu and available by anonymous ftp Its location is: ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/unix-faq/unixware/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- UnixWare RESOURCE POINTERS This section gives pointers to other UnixWare and UNIX system resources. Suggestions and contributions to be added to this section are always welcome. O1) Where can I get Freeware and shareware for UnixWare? O2) Where can I get Information on setting up Internet Services on UnixWare? O3) What is PDF and where can I get a PDF viewer for UnixWare? O4) Where is the comp.unix.unixware.misc news archive? O5) Where can I find the official UNIX system manual pages? O6) Where can I find SCO Documentation? O7) Where can I find links to other UNIX system resources?