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I have a customer running SCO ver 5.0 that install the Epson status m,onitor for an Epson inkjet printer and now no printers are workin. Is there a way to manually remove this status monitor and how can it be accomplished?
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You can check the running process name (ps -auxw) and check the daemon name in
/etc/init.d/ and /etc/rc.local.
Comment out the daemon so it won't run at the boot up.
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