SCOUNIX.TXT Driver File Contents (NA010.zip)

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*                         PNP ISA ETHERNET ADAPTER                          *
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*                     Driver Installation for SCO UNIX                      *
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Contents:
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        A) PNP ISA MDI Unix Driver Installation for SCO ODT 5.0
        B) PNP ISA LLI Unix Driver Installation for SCO 3.2.4 (ODT 3.0)


Contents of the directory:
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5.X\         PNP ISA SCO ODT 5.0 MDI Unix Driver

3.X\         PNP ISA SCO 3.2.4 (ODT 3.0) LLI Unix Driver

SCOUNIX.TXT  This file


A) PNP ISA MDI Unix Driver Installation for SCO ODT 5.0
   ====================================================
   1. Plug PNP ISA Ethernet Adapter into ISA slot on your PC.

   2. Turn ON the machine and login as "root" user. (On maintenance mode)

   3. Insert PNP ISA Driver diskette to floppy A: and enter the following
      command from Unix Shell to install the PNP ISA SCO Unix driver.

          # cd /tmp
          # doscp a:/sco/5.x/install ./install
          # chmod +x install
          # ./install

   4. The screen will prompt you the following message,

        Install PNP ISA Ethernet Adapter MDI Driver
        Please input source path ? (ex.: a:/sco/5.x)==> a:/sco/5.x
                                                        ^^^^^^^^^^
   5. Enter the driver full path (a:/sco/5.x) and press ENTER key
      to start copying the driver files to the unix system.

      (VOL.000.000 file will be created in the /tmp directory)

   6. Run custom to enter software manager procedure. From the menu select:

      Software -> Install New -> From scosysv (i.e. local host) ->
      Media Device (select "Media Images") -> keyin full path for "Image
      Directory" (i.e. /tmp)

      The "PNP ISA Ethernet Adapter Driver"
      message will appear. Select "Install". When custom has completed,
      quit custom.

   7. Run "netconfig" command from Unix shell.

          # netconfig

   8. Select "Add new LAN adapter" option from the "Hardware" item
      of the "Network Configuration Manager" dialog box.

   9. Select "PNP ISA Ethernet Adapter Driver"
      from the "Add new LAN adapter" dialog box and click "Continue"
      button.

  10. Select "SCO TCP/IP" (or "SCO IPX/SPX") protocol from the
      "Add protocol" dialog box then click Add button.

  11. Enter the IP Address (ex. 203.70.236.92) and other SCO TCP/IP
      configuration from the "SCO TCP/IP Configuration" dialog box
      then click OK button and click OK button to confirm the message.

      If use SCO IPX/SPX protocol, enter the SCO IPX/SPX configuration
      from the "SCO TCP/IP Configuration" dialog box then click OK button
      and click OK button to confirm the message.

  12. Select "Exit" option from the "Hardware" item of the "Network
      Configuration Manager" dialog box.

  13. The system will prompt you to re-link the kernel, please click
      "Yes" button to re-link the kernel file.

  14. The system will prompt you the following message to complete
      relinking the Unix kernel.

        Do you want this kernel to boot by default? (y/n) y
           ...
        Do you want the kernel environment rebuilt? (y/n) y
           ...
        Press Enter to continue

  15. Reboot the unix system to take effect the driver fuction.

          # shutdown -y -g0


B) PNP ISA LLI Unix Driver Installation for SCO 3.2.4 (ODT 3.0)
   ============================================================
   1. Login as root user. (On system maintenance mode)

   2. Put network driver diskette to floppy A: and use doscp command
      to copy the file "setup" for installing SCO UNIX Network Driver
      into UNIX's directory.

      # cd /
      # doscp A:/sco/3.x/setup /setup
      # chmod +x /setup
      # ./setup

      Install PNP ISA Ethernet Adapter Driver
      Please input source path ? ( ex: a:/sco/3.x )==> a:/sco/3.x
                                                       ^^^^^^^^^^
   3. Use netconfig utility, available options :

      # netconfig

      The screen will display the following messages, and select
      item (1) to Add a chain  :

      1) Add a chain
      2) Remove a chain
      3) Reconfigure an element in a chain
      4) Quit

   4. After the above option completed, the screen display next option
      messages :

      Select item ( ) : sco_tcp   SCO TCP/IP for UNIX

   5. When the user completed the above option, then various adapter
      drivers in SCO UNIX occur and select "PNP ISA Ethernet Adapter
      Driver, board 0" item.

   6. Add chain sco_tcp -> r0e0 (y/n),   TYPE 'y'

   7. Enter the internet Address of this interface.
      for example : 192.72.24.55

   8. Enter the netmask for this interface (default 255.255.255.0).

   9. Does the interface use a broadcast address of all 1's (y/n),
      default : y

  10. Enter the boardcast address for this interface.
      default : xxx.xx.x.255             press ENTER

  11. Are these values correct ? (y/n)   TYPE 'y'

  12. Pseudo ttys are currently configured, do you want to:

         1) Add Pseudo ttys
         2) Remove Pseudo ttys
         Select an option or enter q to quit [q]   TYPE 'q'

      TCP connections currently configured, do you want to:

         1) Add TCP Connections
         2) Remove TCP Connections
         Select an option or enter q to quit [q]   TYPE 'q'

  13. Available options:

         1) Add a chain
         2) Remove a chain
         3) Reconfigure a element in a chain
         q. Quit

      Select option: q

  14. Do you want to relink to kernel now ?               y

  15. Do you want this kernel to boot by default (y/n)    y

  16. Do you want the kernel environment rebuilt (y/n)    y

  17. Reboot unix.

          # shutdown -y -g0

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