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I have been looking for SCO UNIX sites for a good long while. I finally stumbled across this site, I will say that it was worth the time to find
Great & Informative site, glad to bookmark it.
I think this site is great. I am an unix consultant and consider myself intermediate in regards to certain topics in unix. This site has helped me a lot, I especially like the authors delivery of various topics. Just plain straight and simple. Believe me I have read quite a few unix books and ended up coming back to this site and getting just what I need. Please please please, keep up the good work.
The only reason that reviews, UW7 articles, and links are only moderately valuable to me is that I feel like I'm pretty new at this (UNIX) thing, and these areas are not yet fully usable. I'd like to familiarize myself with UW7, for instance, but haven't yet gotten a copy to put on a machine. Overall, it's a great page with well-organized information. I am grateful for the resource.
I just wanted to say thank you for your site and for your efforts in sco NG. Your name in replies in comp.unix.sco.misc, along with 2-3 other names, always draws my attention - it means there is a chance I can learn something neat. Thank you for that! It is very interesting and informative technical site and it is good you put some personal info here too. It is always interesting to get to know interesting people. You could put your photo there too. Best of luck. Sincerely, Alex Barylo
As i am fairly new to SCO, i have found the articles extremely useful and have put some of your recommendations into practise. Thanks very much !!!!
I am studying first term computer information systems through a community college distance education program. I really got some good info from these articles and networking 101 thanks
I am fairly new to SCO and administer two very small systems. Your website has been a great source for clear, instructive articles and also helped in very specific trouble-shooting matters. Thanks! David Clowe System Software Analyst Forsyth County, MIS
Hey Tony, It's Bruce. Thought you might wan't a link to a "neat" program for linux, similar to sar: ftp://ftp.atcomputing.nl/pub/tools/linux Seems to work pretty well, with lots of display options, and even a manpage! Just thought you might want to "beef up" your Linux section a little. I was surprised to see that to see that your Redhat 6.0 had the most hits.
Actually all the informations you provide is very important. I would consider them as the knowledge to me even I don't use some of them. Eddy
I always appreciate the quality of the informations on you web site Ioan Nemes firstname.lastname@example.org
If only there were more people out there who wanted to share their knowledge as you have!
Your site is delightful. Your articles insightful and ass saving. As in mine. A few times. Thanks. ;)
Puerile and near useless. This site might have value for rank beginners, but it is an insult to true professionals.
It is great to finally have found a great SCO website.
Thanks for being here. I'm learning a lot!
Great reference site!
You seem to include most of the Unixware documentation that SCO should have published! Your assistance has been greatly appreciated.
Great job! Helped me configure our SCO Openserver machine. Thanks!
Great resource thanks! I am researching SCO for a port of our product to this OS. And trying to determine what we need.
I don't have time right now to go through all parts of your site but from what I have seen (the monthly articles) it looks like you are doing a terrific job. Thank you. Harold Knopke email@example.com
I have been trying to get Unix installed for home use/educational reasons. Solaris gave me hell and never worked, SCO is working fine but I will need help, such as your articles, to figure most of it out in the end. Nice site and good info!
Excellent site, I wish I had discovered it sooner. I'm about to leave Unix Administration after a 12 year struggle!! Colin Woodford. Unix Systems Administrator. Somerset County Council Taunton Somerset England
I came here looking for networking basics. We have had to change the IP addresses for a deliverable network. We have experienced some problems during the transition. Especially with installing new machines across the network. Some of the articles here have been helpful. I will continue to browse. Ken Limmer
Site is extremely helpful for us newbies. Articles and references to TA's help immensely when I'm trying to deduce what I've fouled up on my system firstname.lastname@example.org