How to set up SCO UNIX for RPM
How do I setup SCO UNIX to print to RPM Remote Print Manager®?
Make sure you have a line in your /etc/hosts file that has the IP address of the PC you have installed RPM on, and a hostname for that PC.
At the shell prompt type "telnet <hostname> 515". <hostname> should be the name of the PC running RPM.
If you get the following response (or similar), your setup is correct:
Trying <xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx>: Connected to <hostname>. Escape character is '^]'. Client port 1107 out of range Connection closed by foreign host.
Now run scoadmin and choose "Printers".
Choose "Printer Manager".
Choose Printer/Add Remote/UNIX
Now, put your host name and printer name in. (Make sure to deselect the box that says: "Use extended remote printer")
If you forget this, you can later remove the ":ex" from the /etc/printcap file using vi or another text editor.
For a more detailed set of instructions, click here.