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smit or HTTP GUI for HP-UX?

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Hi,

Is there a GUI like smit or something like a web page for HP-UX?

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In HP-UX 11.0/11i v1/11i v2, you use SAM; It's not as comprehensive as smit, but fairly easy to use. It works fine with a X terminal, or as a text-based utility. Just run `sam` and it will load the appropriate version for your terminal

In HP-UX 11i v3, SAM is deprecated so you should use SMH (System Management Homepage), which is designed to be usable from a web browser:
http://targetsystem:2301/

smh also has X and terminal-based interfaces, started by running `smh`

What is it you're trying to do?
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Hi,

I have HP-UX 11i v3:

# uname -r
B.11.31

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I'm kinda new to HP-UX and I'm trying to find ways to administer it :)

Please feel free to write down tips if you want to.
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Perfect. Thank you!
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