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launchESPartner(1)					    launchESPartner(1)

NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

     launchESPartner - start Embedded Support Partner User Interface

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

     /usr/bin/launchESPartner [-h] [-l]	[-host hostname]

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

     launchESPartner is	a utility that brings up SGI Embedded Support Partner
     User Interface.  A	web based User Interface requires a html browser
     (Netscape or Lynx)	to operate. The	User Interface provides	access to all
     SGI Embedded Support Partner facilities. Please refer to esp(5) for a
     detailed description of Embedded Support Partner and available

     launchESPartner can be invoked either by double-clicking the Embedded
     Support Partner icon (located in Icon Catalog > Support Tools folder) or
     by	typing launchESPartner from a shell command line.

     Upon invocation, launchESPartner tries to bring up	a web browser and
     connect to	SGI Embedded Support Partner HTTP Server to access SGI ESP
     facilities. Supported web browsers	include	Netscape (version 4.0 and
     above) and	Lynx (ASCII based web browser).

     launchESPartner , by default, first checks	for existence of Netscape and
     brings it up if available.	 launchESPartner will open a new Netscape
     window and	loads the User Interface in that new window.  In the absence
     of	Netscape, launchESPartner attempts to start Lynx.  launchESPartner
     fails if none of these browers exist.

     You can override the default behaviour of launchESPartner by giving a -l
     option which automatically	brings Lynx browser. The Lynx interface
     supports only Embedded Support Partner Single System facilities.

     launchESPartner , when invoked without any	arguments, brings up the SGI
     ESP User Interface	for the	localhost.  One	may use	-host hostname option
     in	order to start ESP User	Interface for the specified host.

EXAMPLES    [Toc]    [Back]

     launchESPartner -host MyHost
	  if Netscape is present then new Netscape window will be opened and
	  ESP Console initial page for MyHost will be loaded into it.  if only
	  Lynx is present then Lynx will be started and	ESP Single System
	  Manager page for MyHost will be loaded into it.

     launchESPartner -l	-host MyHost
	  if Lynx is present then Lynx will be started and ESP Single System
	  Manager page for MyHost will be loaded into it.

SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

     netscape(1), esp(5).

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launchESPartner(1)					    launchESPartner(1)

NOTES    [Toc]    [Back]

     You can use any JavaScript-enabled	WEB browser to work with ESP. Just
     start your	browser	with following URL:

     http://hostname:5554/index.html where hostname - is the name of the host
     running ESP.

     You can start ASCII version of SGI	Embedded Support Partner User
     Interface manually	using the following shell command:

     /usr/local/bin/lynx http://hostname:5554/index_sem.txt.html

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