Executing an SMUX peer
To execute the peer and start it running as root:
When the peer is running in foreground, you can kill it by hitting
the <Del> key. To kill a peer running in background use the
Ensure that there is an entry in /etc/snmpd.peers
for the peer.
Start the peer running in background with the command:
replacing the string ``foo'' with the identifying string
you chose for your peer.
To run the peer in foreground with
debugging switched on, type:
Testing an SMUX peer
Compiling an SMUX peer
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003