Intel/PRO100/SCO/readme.txt Driver File Contents (Motherboard_5CIntel_5CSocket_201155_5CQ67M_5CDriver_5CLan_5CIntel.zip)
Driver Package File Name: Motherboard_5CIntel_5CSocket_201155_5CQ67M_5CDriver_5CLan_5CIntel.zip
The Intel eeE driver has been tested on SCO OpenServer* version
5.0.7. It is also supported on versions 5.0.5 and 5.0.6.
For UNIX support or for updated drivers, please contact the
operating system vendor.
Instructions for Installing the eeE Driver for SCO OpenServer
1. Copy the eeE.vol file to any directory, say /tmp,
on the SCO system, renaming the file as VOL.000.000. Also, make
the file read-only by using 'chmod'.
# cp eeE.vol /tmp/VOL.000.000
# chmod 444 /tmp/VOL.000.000
2. If there is an older version of the eeE driver on the system, you
must first remove it. To do this, run 'netconfig'. Remove all
instances of the "Intel ..." adapters. Exit netconfig
without opting to relink the kernel.
3. Install the new driver using 'custom'. When asked for the
installation media, choose 'media images', and type the directory
path to the VOL.000.000 file. (In step 1, if you copied it to
/tmp, type '/tmp'). After the installation of the driver is
complete, exit 'custom'.
4. Run 'netconfig' and add the adapters. For each adapter that is
present in the system, enter the appropriate TCP/IP parameters.
By default, the driver automatically detects the line speed and
duplex mode. If you want to force any of these settings, choose
'Advanced Options' and set the speed and duplex modes. Exit
'netconfig' and choose to relink the kernel.
5. Reboot the system.
- Some Intel gigabit ethernet devices may be recogized by this
driver due to similar device IDs. The eeG driver for SCO 5
provided by Intel should be used for these devices as eeE does
not support gigabit devices. It is important to make sure the
device selected in netconfig has the slot number corresponding
to the device intended for installation.
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