README.TXT Driver File Contents (RN203F.ZIP)

    Install LAN Adapter Driver for SCO UNIX V.3.2.4X (TCP/IP V1.2X)


    . Login to the network as root. (On maintenance mode)

    . Insert the driver diskette in Drive A or Drive B and use the
      doscp command to copy the SCOUNIX Driver into the UNIX directory.

      example:
        ( SCO Unix Drive is on A:\SCOUNIX directory )
        ( Target directory is /scounix )

            # cd /
            # doscp a:/scounix/setupdce  setup
            # chmod +x /setup
            # ./setup a:/scounix

    . Execute the "netconfig" command to add a chain


    . A menu appears on the screen:

            1) Add a chain
            2) Remove a chain
            3) Reconfigure an element in a chain
            4) Quit

      ( Select option 1 "Add a chain". )

    . The following prompt appears:

                Select top level of chain to Add or q to quit:

      ( Select sco_tcp for SCO TCP/IP for UNIX. )

    . The following message appears:

                Select next level of chain to Add or q to quit:

      ( Select a40x0. )

    . The following prompt appears:

                Add chain sco_tcp->a40x0 (y/n):

      ( Type "y" )

    . If you have more than ONE adapter to install, repeate the above
      procedures.

         ( Add chain sco_tcp  -> a40x0 unit 0 (y/n) )
         (                    :                     )
         ( Add chain sco_tcp  -> a40x3 unit 3 (y/n) )


    . The following message appears:

             Please choose the line speed that you want...............

                0. Automatic detection between 10 MB/sec and 100 MB/sec mode.
                1. 10 MB/sec mode.
                2. 100 MB/sec mode.

        ( Choose the line speed number )

    . The following message appears:

             Do you want to use FULL DUPLEX mode? (y/n)

        ( Type the mode you want )

    . The following message appears:

                Enter the internet address of this interface:

        ( Key in your IP address, for example 192.9.200.1 )

    . The following message appears:

                Enter the netmask for this interface:

        ( Key in your subnet mask, for example 255.255.255.0 )

    . The following message appears:

                Does the interface use a broadcast address of all 1's (y/n):

        ( Type "y" )

    . The following message appears:

                Enter the broadcast address for this interface:

        ( Key in your broadcast address, for example 192.9.200.255 )

    . The following message appears:

                Are these values correct ? (y/n)

        ( If all values are correct, type "y" )

    . The following message appears:

                XX 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]

        ( Check the number XX, if it is what you want, type "y".)
        ( Otherwise, use 1 or 2 to update the value.            )


    . The main menu reappears on the screen:

                1) Add a chain
                2) Remove a chain
                3) Reconfigure a element in a chain
                q) Quit                                 Select option:

        ( type "q" to quit )

    . The following message appears:

                Do you want to relink to kernel now ?

        ( Type "y" to relink kernel )

    . The following message appears:

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

        ( Type "y" to boot the new kernel by default )

    . The following message appears:

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

        ( Type "y" to rebuild enviroment )

    . Reboot UNIX


Download Driver Pack

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.

For more help, visit our Driver Support section for step-by-step videos on how to install drivers for every file type.

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