SCO Open Desktop/SCO Open Server User's Guide
This volume provides an introduction to user-level features of Open Desktop/Open Server. KEY TOPICS: First covers working in the graphical environment; then explores advanced topics, such as working from the command line, working with UNIX system commands and files, working with DOS commands and files, and working with network commands and resources. MARKET: For end users of Open Desktop/Open Server.
- Paperback | 320 pages
- 172.7 x 231.1 x 17.8mm | 430.92g
- 01 Mar 1994
- Pearson Education (US)
- Prentice Hall
- Upper Saddle River, United States
Back cover copy
A complete guide to working in the SCO Open Desktop and SCO Open Server environments, this volume is part of the award winning SCO Open Desktop/SCO Open Server documentation set. Key topics covered include working on the Desktop, creating and working with text files, using the help system, sending and receiving electronic mail, customizing the appearance of the Desktop, working on the UNIX command line, reading from and writing to floppy disks and cartridge tapes, working in the DOS environment and running DOS programs, running MS Windows and Windows programs, logging in to remote systems and running remote commands, transferring files between networked systems, and sharing files using NFS and Lan Manager. A remarkably friendly book, complete with graphics and written in a task-oriented fashion, this User's Guide is the definitive source for using the varied and powerful features of SCO Open Desktop and SCO Open Server to their fullest.
Table of contents
What to Read. I. WORKING ON THE DESKTOP. 1. The Desktop at a Glance. 2. Clicking, Moving, Adjusting. 3. Working with Text. 4. Getting Help. 5. Sending and Reading Mail. 6. Customizing Your Desktop. II. BENEATH THE DESKTOP. 7. Working from the Command Line. 8. Getting Started. 9. Finding Your Way Around. 10. Working with Files. 11. Copying Files to Disk and Tape. 12. Controlling the Work Environment. 13. Editing Files. 14. Getting Started with DOS. 15. Finding Your Way Around with DOS. 16. Working with DOS Files. 17. Controlling the DOS Work Environment. 18. Using DOS with the UNIX System. 19. Using Windows with DOS Services. 20. Getting Information About Other Computers. 21. Logging in to Another Computer. 22. Running Commands on Another Computer. 23. Copying Files Between Computers. 24. Mailing Files and Messages. 25. Sharing Files Between Computers. Glossary.