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How to change IP address for SCO Unix?

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I have change the IP address in hosts file but it doesn't take effect.  I have check the hardware configuration in sysadmsh, it doesn't show any network device?
Please advice my for the above matter.
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red031197 earned 40 total points
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depends on your version but try mkdev tcp or netconfig or edit /etc/tcp!
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I have manage to set it by using netconfig.  Anyway, thanks for your advice.
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