-------------------- The RPL Boot ROM Installation -------------------- How to install the Novell RPL Server 1. You must create a remote boot diskette. The files on this boot diskette, for example, are the following: COMMAND COM LSL COM NE2000 COM IPXODI COM NETX EXE (VLM.EXE) AUTOEXEC BAT The AUTOEXEC.BAT file must contain these lines : LSL NE2000 IPXODI NETX (VLM.EXE) 2. Use this boot diskette login to the server as SUPERVISOR. 3. Change directory to SYS:SYSTEM 4. With the DOS boot diskette in driver A: execute the DOSGEN utility. This creates a DOS boot image file named NET$DOS.SYS. 5. Copy NET$DOS.SYS to the SYS:LOGIN directory. 6. Copy RBOOT.RPL, ETHER.RPL to the SYS:LOGIN directory. 7. Copy RPL.NLM to the SYS:SYSTEM directory. Note: It depends on file server's version. In the RPL developer's kit, for Netware 3.11, use .\RPL\NLM\311\RPL.NLM; for Netware 3.12/4.x use .\RPL\NLM\40\RPL.NLM; 8. Edit the AUTOEXEC.NCF file in the SYS:SYSTEM directory. For example: file server name FS ipx internal net 111111 load NE2000 port=300 int=3 frame=ETHERNET_802.2 bind ipx to ne2000 net=21 ; ---------- for RPL file server ----------------- load rpl bind rpl to ne2000 mount all load monitor 9. Shutdown the file server, and reboot it. 10. Configure the "Boot ROM Enable" for workstation lan card, and insert the remote reset ROM on the ROM socket. 11. Reboot the workstation. 12. Now, when the file server is running, the workstation will be attached to the file server from the remote reset ROM. Note: If you used this RPL BROM on (UM9008) lan card for PNP mode, then you can't boot from BROM. So you must used MOD9008.EXE program to set jumperless mode on (UM9008) lan card.Download Driver Pack
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Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).
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From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.
Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.
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