HP OpenVMS systems
This document contains installation information for DECdfs Version 2.3--3 for OpenVMS.
Software Version: DECdfs Version 2.3--3 for OpenVMS
Operating System and Version:
OpenVMS Alpha Version 6.2, 7.1, 7.2, and 7.3 (and all dash versions of
OpenVMS VAX Version 5.5--2, 6.2, 7.1, 7.2 and 7.3
Hewlett-Packard Company Palo Alto, California
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This document was prepared using DECdocument, Version V3.3-1e.
This guide is intended for the person who installs DECdfs for OpenVMS Version 2.3--3.
The DECdfs documentation set consists of this installation guide, the DECdfs for OpenVMS Management Guide, and the release notes document. You can find related information in the following documents:
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The following graphic conventions are used in this document.
|Special type||This special type in examples indicates system output or user input.|
|Bold type||Bold type in examples indicates user input.|
|[ ]||Brackets in command lines indicate that the enclosed values are optional. (Do not type the brackets.)|
|UPPERCASE||Uppercase letters in command lines indicate keywords that must be entered. You can enter them in either uppercase or lowercase. You can abbreviate command keywords to the minimum unique abbreviation.|
|lowercase letters||Lowercase letters (often hyphenated) in command syntax or examples indicate variables that the user replaces with appropriate values.|