SCO UNIX DRIVER INSTALLATION
Support Bulletin: 2090 Rev: A
This document contains instructions on installing and configuring the Racore SCO Unix driver. The Racore SCO Unix driver is compatible with the Racore 16/4 Mbps Token Ring product line, SCO Unix System V, and all SCO Open Desktop versions. It complies with the IEEE 802.5, IEEE 802.2, and SCO LLI 3.0 interface specifications and supports the following protocol stacks:
* SCO TCP/IP
1. Install the adapter card ensuring that there are no IRQ, DMA, or other conflicts.
At this point, it is a good idea to run the Racore diagnostic program (either the DOS program, TR16DIAG.EXE, or DIAGNOSTICS form the Flash ROM) to ensure that the adapter card is functioning correctly and that there are no conflicts with other devices in the machine.
2. Logon to the system as the super user (root).
3. Change to the / directory.
CD / [enter]
4. Start the Custom install utility.
5. Select the "install" option.
6. Select the "new product" option.
7. Select the "entire product" option.
8. Insert the Racore SCO Driver diskette when prompted.
9. When loading is complete, select the "quit" option to exit the Custom install utility.
10. Start the NetConfig utility.
11. Select the "add chain" option.
12. Select the appropriate network protocol (ie. SCO_TCP, LAN Manager Client, etc.).
13. Select "rtr0", the Racore SCO Driver.
14. Choose "yes" at the Add the Chain prompt.
15. Respond to the configuration prompts as appropriate.
These prompts will vary with each protocol and include such items as Domain Name, IP Address, etc. For more information on the configuration prompts, consults the SCO Installation Guide.
16. Select "q" to exit the NetConfig utility.
17. Choose "yes" at the Re-Link the Kernel prompt.
18. Choose "yes" at the Boot the Newly Linked Kernel by Default prompt.
19. Choose "yes" at the Rebuild the Kernel Environment prompt.
20. Shutdown the system.
21. Reboot the system to activate the new kernel.