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We are running the following version of

SCO UNIX System V/386 Release 3.2

Are there any Y2K date patches for this.

When I try to set the date with the command

# date 0301120000
date defaults to
Wed Mar 02 12:00:00 ast 2000

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tfewster earned 300 total points
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Yep, sounds like a Y2K leap year problem...

http://www.sco.com/support/feb29.html

This page seems to mention your version of the O/S and the fixes, but I'm not that familiar with SCO releases - Good luck!
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Looking into it in a bit more detail...

http://www.sco.com/support/y2klist.html#uod426d appears to be the patch you want.


SLS uod426d: Year 2000 SLS

For:  SCO UNIX System V/386 Release 3.2 Version 4.2
      SCO Open Server 3.0 Product Family
      SCO FoxBASE+ Release 2.1.2

Description: This SLS corrects various date-related problems.

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This is the closest that we can get to as a solution.
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