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© May 2005 HectorBalcazar


Author: HectorBalcazar
Date: Tue May 10 15:40:17 2005


Subject: system FRU



I have probles with my equipment, it is a SCO 5.0.5, and the error that unfolds is "Embedded server managment is not cofigured System FRU is not presented" not that to do, ayudenme porfavo my mail is [email protected]

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Tue May 10 17:05:13 2005: 484   TonyLawrence

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Sounds to me like an issue with your controller, not SCO : (link)



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