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HP-UX Internet Resources
Where do you go on the Internet when you have an issue you want to bounce
off other HP-UX users? Here are some HP-specific resources
that we regularly participate in. See which ones may be of interest to you.
Explore these Usenet discussion groups that focus on the following
Access to Usenet varies from site to site. Contact your local administrator for
details. In general, AOL and most Internet service providers supply Usenet
feeds, or you can access Usenet at
- comp.sys.hp.hpux - HP-UX and related topics.
- comp.sys.hp.hardware - all HP hardware-related topics
- comp.sys.hp.apps - HP software applications such as OpenView.
- comp.sys.hp.mpe - HP 3000 and MPE topics.
- comp.sys.convex - Exemplar and supercomputing-related topics.
hpux-sysadmin mail list
The hpux-sysadmin mail list is an invaluable resource for solving problems
and answering administration questions. To subscribe, send a message with:
in the body to:
Your question about HP-UX may already have been answered on the Internet!
HP UX FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions), a record of frequently asked
HP-UX questions and their answers, is maintained by volunteers on the
Internet. You can get a current copy by sending mail to
get hpux-admin HP_FAQ
HP-UX Y2K Information
HP customers who are currently using HP-UX 9.0x and earlier versions
must plan to upgrade to their choice of HP-UX 10.x for its 2000-readiness
and the increased functionality that the 10.x family provides.
More information is available
For a list of HP-UX 10.x Y2K patches, please refer to
For an overview on Y2K status of various HP products, please refer to
HP Y2K Product Status.