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Raynald Boucher
Super Advisor

Console user guide

Good day all,

I'm unfamiliar with using an HP-UX console.
The keyboard layout I can deal with but I get frustrated with the function keys and menu options. I've even managed to lock myself out.

Where can I find a user's guide?
The more concise the better.
I have searched HP... must have been using bad search criteria.

Thanks
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Bharat Katkar
Honored Contributor

Re: Console user guide

Hi Boucher,
See if this one helps you out.

http://docs.hp.com/hpux/onlinedocs/AB300-90001/AB300-90001.pdf

Regards,


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Raynald Boucher
Super Advisor

Re: Console user guide

Thanks for the effort.

However, I'm using an old HP-UX 700/96 console on a D380.
Sorry for not specifying before.

Thanks
Bharat Katkar
Honored Contributor

Re: Console user guide

Hi Again,
I found something for you...

http://docs.hp.com/mpeix/pdf/A1809-96019.pdf

Read Page No. 93 of this PDF and let me know if you are looking for this !!!

Regards,

You need to know a lot to actually know how little you know
Raynald Boucher
Super Advisor

Re: Console user guide

Not quite.
When I look at the console,
there are 8 "boxes" showing F1 through F8 plus 2 numbers.

What I want to know is: what happens when I hit one of those function keys?
I tried with F1 and a message under the box appears saying "KB lockd". I assume this means keboard locked, so now, how do I unlock it?
I don't think it is by pressing F1 again.

Also, what happens when you enter the "menu" key on the keyboard? What does each choice imply?

There must be a text somewhere that explains this?

Thanks again.
Dave Unverhau_1
Honored Contributor

Re: Console user guide

Raynald,

I couldn't find a manual for the C1064 (700/96), but here's a link to a user manual for the C1099A, which emulates a 700/96 as well as a number of other terminals.

http://docs.hp.com/hpux/onlinedocs/hw/c1099a_terminal_um.pdf

The data related to the 700/96 mode (default) should be identical to what you need for using a 700/96.

I hope this does the trick for you.

Best Regards,

Dave
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