Using character buttons
There are three types of buttons, all of which are
operated by highlighting them, then pressing <Space> or <Enter>:
Have text names enclosed in square brackets ([ ]).
Buttons that bring up other windows have ellipses (...)
appended to the text. Some bring up an option menu
from which you must make a selection. Highlight the text label
associated with the button rather than the button itself.
Are marked with angle brackets (< >) and are used to select exactly
one of a group of options. When a radio button is selected, an asterisk
(*) appears within the brackets.
Selecting a second button deselects the previous button.
Are similar to radio buttons and consist of square brackets ([ ])
and a text label. When a checkbox is selected, an asterisk (*)
appears within the brackets. Checkboxes are used to select one, more
than one, or none of a group of options. Toggle to deselect.
Administering other systems with SCOadmin
Sample character SCOadmin screen
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004