SCO UNIX 4.X Introduction: ------------- This document describes the procedure to install the SCO UNIX driver for ISA Plug&Play ethernet adapter. Location of Driver: \SCO\4X\DRIVER.O ------------------ The following files will be used in this installation: ------------------------------------------------------ DRIVER.O : PnPSCO Driver Program SETUP : Transfer dos format to unix format setup program INFO : Used by netconfig INIT : Used by netconfig MASTER : Used by netconfig NODE : Used by netconfig RECONF : Used by netconfig REMOVE : Used by netconfig SPACE.C : Used by netconfig SYSTEM : Used by netconfig Installing driver procedure on SCO UNIX 4.X : ------------------------------------------- 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. Login as root user. (On maintenance mode) 2. (a) If you have installation diskette in UNIX format : # custom Select "Install". Select "a New Product". Select "entire" to install all of the packages. (b) If you have installation diskette in DOS format : Put this SCO UNIX Driver diskette to floppy A: and use doscp command to copy the file "setup" for installing SCO UNIX PnP Driver into UNIX's directories as following : # cd / # doscp A:setup /setup !! if you don't have the directory ,namely, "a:/sco/4x/." in the disk, you should modify contents of the setup file in the floppy. Please check contents of the setup file. # chmod +x /setup # ./setup 4. (a) Use netconfig utility Avaiable 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 5. After the above option completed, the screen display next option messages : Select item (4) : sco_tcp SCO TCP/IP for UNIX 6. When the user completed the above option, then various adapter drivers in SCO UNIX occur and select "PnP Family Ethernet Driver board 0" item. 7. Add chain sco_tcp -> pnp0 (y/n), TYPE 'y' 8. Enter the internet Address of this interface , for example : 126.96.36.199 9. Enter the netmask for this interface (default 255.255.255.0). 10. Does the interface use a broadcast address of all 1's (y/n), default : y 11. Enter the boardcast address for this interface, default : xxx.xx.x.255 press ENTER 12. Are these values correct ? (y/n) TYPE 'y' 13. 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' 14. Available options: 1) Add a chain 2) Remove a chain 3) Reconfigure a element in a chain q. Quit Select option: q 15. Do you want to relink to kernel now ? y 16. Do you want this kernel to boot by default (y/n) y 17. Do you want the kernel environment rebuilt (y/n) y 18. Reboot unix # shutdown -g0Download Driver Pack
After your driver has been downloaded, follow these simple steps to install it.
Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).
If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.
Otherwise, open Device Manager by right-clicking the Start menu and selecting Device Manager.
Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.
Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.
From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.
Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.
Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.
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