8139/SCO/TXT/SCO5.TXT Driver File Contents (mb_5CDriver_5CLAN_5CRealtek_5C8100C_8110S_5C649_642.zip)

Driver Package File Name: mb_5CDriver_5CLAN_5CRealtek_5C8100C_8110S_5C649_642.zip
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      This document describes the procedure to install the SCO UNIX driver
      for REALTEK RTL8139 PCI ethernet adapter.

   Location of Driver:     \SCO\5.X\8139.VOL

   Installing driver procedure on SCO UNIX :
      Before you start with the installation  process,  make sure that the
      SCO UNIX system is properly installed. Similarly,your adapter should
      also be properly installed in your machine.

     1. Installation Diskette in DOS format.
        Put RTL SCO UNIX Driver diskette to floppy A: and use doscp
        command to copy RTL SCO UNIX PCI Driver into UNIX's directories.

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

         Then, the install program will ask you for path of the files,
         you can key in:

     2.  Run 'custom' utility to add RTL8139 driver software to system.

          Select the following option::
          	-> "Install New" 
                -> "From 'your computer'"
          	-> 'MediaImages"
         Then enter the directory of driver image(8139.VOL) which
         should be "/tmp"

     3.    Use netconfig utility

          Avaiable options:

          # netconfig

     4.  To add adapters, select "Add New Lan Adapter" from "Hardware".

     5.  Select the line speed from the menu:


         if you select Hwset, driver will read configuration from EEPROM
         on the card. the configuration can be modified by running
         'rset8139' in the driver disk. The program is for DOS.

     6.  Add Protocol to select SCO TCP/IP.

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

     8.  Enter the netmask for this interface

     9.  Enter the boardcast address for this interface
          use default: n.n.n.n

    10.  Do you want to relink to kernel now ? (y/n)
          type in 'y'

    11. Do you want this kernel to boot by default (y/n)
          type in 'y'

    11. Do you want the kernel environment rebuilt (y/n)
          type in 'y'

    12. Reboot unix

            # shutdown -y -g0

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