SCOUNIX.TXT Driver File Contents (lan-driver_all-os.zip)

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*                      32-Bit PCI FAST Ethernet Adapter                     *
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*                      Driver Installation for SCO UNIX                     *
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Contents:
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        A) MDI Unix Driver Installation for SCO ODT 5.0
        B) LLI Unix Driver Installation for SCO 3.2.4 (ODT 3.0)


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

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

SCOUNIX.TXT  This file


A) MDI Unix Driver Installation for SCO ODT 5.0
   ============================================
   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/5.x/setup /setup
        # chmod +x setup
        # ./setup

        Install 32-Bit PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter Driver (MDI)
        Please input source path ? ( ex: a:/sco/5.x )==> a:/sco/5.x
                                                         ^^^^^^^^^^
        (VOL.000.000 file will be created in the /tmp directory)

   3. 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 "32-Bit PCI Fast Ethernet Driver (r8e) (ver 3.14)" message will
      appear. Select "Install". When custom has completed, quit custom.

   4. Use netconfig utility to add LAN adapter.

         # netconfig

   5. To add adapters, select "Add new LAN adapter" from "Hardware".
      The message "Select network adapter to be added:" will appear
      and select "32-Bit PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter (r8e)".

   6. "Network Driver Configuration" will appear. Please use arrow key to fill
      the configuration of your PCI adapter.

      Enter the configuration of 32-Bit PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter (r8e):
      Set speed and duplex mode::  | Auto_________________|v
         * - indicates conflict with other hardware

   7. Select SCO TCP/IP to add protocol.

   8. Enter the required information and use [TAB] key to press "OK"

        Local Host Name:  |scosysv_____________|
             IP Address:  |192.72.24.55________|
                Netmask:  |255.255.255.0_______|
      Broadcast Address:  |192.72.24.255_______|
            Domain Name:  |scosysv.com_________|
        TCP connections:  |1024________________|
            Pseudo ttys:  |64__________________|

   9. At "Hardware" menu select "Exit" to quit the netconfig utility.

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

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

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

  13. Reboot unix.

          # shutdown -y -g0



B) 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 "install" for installing SCO UNIX Network Driver
      into UNIX's directory.

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

      Install 32-Bit PCI Fast Ethernet 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 "32-Bit PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter
      Driver, board 0" item.

   6. Add chain sco_tcp -> r7e0 (y/n),   TYPE 'y'

   7. Type in the line speed parameter, or just key in "ENTER" for auto
      detecting line speed.

      Enter hard_default_setting, or auto, force 100 or 10bps, half or full duplex:
       (hwset auto 10half 10full 100half 100full) [auto] or 'q' to quit:  Type [ENTER]

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

   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'

      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'

  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 -y -g0

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