UNIX.TXT Driver File Contents (en1688.zip)

			 Accton Technology Corporation
		  Streams Driver on UNIX Server Installation
		       For EN1688 ISA Ethernet Adapter

	       Copyright (C) 1997 Accton Technology Corporation.
	       All rights reserved.

Your Driver Diskette should contain the following files:
Files		 Contents
UNIX.TXT	 This file about driver installation for the UNIX Server
UNIXDRVR.TAR	 Accton device drivers packaged for UNIX (in tar format)
F2TAR.EXE	 Utility to transfer UNIXDRVR.TAR onto a formatted diskette.


1.  Prepare a formatted diskette on any DOS machine.

	   C>format a:
	   ³	   ³
	   ³	   À Diskette drive
	   À Dos prompt

Note: You must have a disk that does not have any bad sectors.
Verify this with the DOS command - CHKDSK

	   C>chkdsk a:
	   ³	   ³
	   ³	   À Diskette drive
	   À Dos prompt

2.  Run F2TAR.EXE to generate an Installation Diskette for UNIX system.

    a.	After executing the "f2tar" command, the following message will be
	shown on the screen:

	"Target drive letter (press 'A' or 'B') : "

	press 'A' for the first drive, 'B' for second drive.

    b.	Then "f2tar" will load the data file "unixdrvr.tar" into memory
	and display the following messages:

	"Reading file, please wait."

    c.	Note if you are using the same drive for both Source Diskette and
	UNIX Installation Diskette, "f2tar" will show the message:
	"Remove the original diskette from drive A"
	"Remove the original diskette from drive B"

    d.	When the message

	"Insert a formatted diskette into drive A and press [ENTER] :"
	"Insert a formatted diskette into drive B and press [ENTER] :"

	is shown on the screen, put the formatted blank diskette into
	drive A (or B) as indicated in the message. Press <Enter>

    e.	After transferring the files, the following messages will be shown.

	"Generating UNIX Installation Diskette on drive ()"
	"Press [Ctrl][C] to abort."

	If you want to abort the operation, press <Ctrl> and <C>
	at the same time.

	Please wait for a few seconds, and the UNIX Installation Diskette
	will be created. Note that the resulting diskette is in UNIX
	tar format; it cannot be read by DOS.

3.  Remove the UNIX Installation Diskette, login to UNIX system as root.

    After the data file has been tranferred completely, you will see

    "Please remove the diskette from drive A".

    If you are using the same drive for both Source Diskette and UNIX
    Installation Diskette, the messages below will be shown on the
    screen too.

    "Please insert the original diskette to drive A"
    "Press [ENTER] to continue ..."

    So put Source Diskette back to the drive indicated by the message,
    and press <Enter> key.

    Now the UNIX Installation Diskette is ready for use, please login
    to UNIX system as supervisor (root).

    ( Note: Please make sure the current directory is "/" using UNIX
	   command - pwd. )

4.  Run custom utility and select Install new package. It will prompt you
    to insert 16-BIT Ethernet LLI driver disk. After reading drive A, it
    will show a message to inform you to use netconfig or mkdev <driver>
    (this case- en16) to add drivers into your system.
    If you use mkdev en16, you must use mkdev tcp and select en16 for
    this LLI driver to complete configuration.

5.  Use the program "setup" to configure Accton's 16-bit Ethernet adapter.

6.  If you encounter any problems during installation, (i.e., an error
    message appears on-screen) call your dealer for assistance.



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How To Update Drivers Manually

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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