prepare /openserver for use
The import command prepares a /openserver directory
that has been populated with an OpenServer system image (see
for use on UnixWare 7.
The unimport command reverses changes made by a previous invocation
You must be root to run these commands.
The import utility performs these actions:
Fixes user ID and group ID conflicts between /openserver files
and UnixWare 7 IDs.
Copies the UnixWare /etc/passwd, /etc/group,
and /etc/shadow files to /openserver.
Creates shell wrappers for some OpenServer utilities.
Overwrites /openserver/usr/lib/libc.so.1 with the UnixWare version,
and provides another version in /openserver/OpenServer/usr/lib
that looks for OpenServer libraries first.
so that pseudo terminals support the OpenServer line discipline.
Creates and links mount points appropriately.
/openserver/unixware is linked to the UnixWare root file system, and
/openserver/usr/tmp is linked to /var/tmp under the UnixWare root.
daemon, to synchronize appropriate files between /openserver
and the UnixWare root file system.
Sets up appropriate links for OpenServer shells.
Links rc.d files so that OpenServer starts when the system is booted.
Links scoterm defaults.
Relaxes OpenServer security, and renames the /etc/auth and
Edits the file /unixware/etc/default/scompat so that the default
value for SCOMPAT matches the release of the OpenServer image that was
migrated onto the system.
Prints diagnostics to standard error.
On success, import returns 0.
On failure it returns 1 and prints a message indicating the source of
Errors have been observed when an rsh command is used in a pipe,
as is done internally by the
While import does not return an error, executing the
openserver command returns an error after an import that
failed because of rsh-related errors:
UX: openserver: WARNING: unable to change directory into /unixware/
UX: openserver: ERROR: Exec error: Exec format error
To work around this error, run the
The openserver should then execute successfully.
Repeated failures could indicate a network problem that is preventing
the import command from completing.
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 25 April 2004