On Wed, Sep 17, 2003, Michael J wrote:
There's a BTLD (Boot Time Loadable Driver) on one of the CDs that comes
with the xSeries computer. I don't have one around here now so can't give
the exact details, but the basics are that you copy that BTLD to a floppy,
then need to tell the initial installation to load that BTLD. It will the
prompt for the floppy during the installation. There's another one for the
on-board 10/10/1000 NIC on the xSeries as well.
There are also some updates you need to install after the istallation is
complete which should be available from the SCO web site.
I always have to RTFM when I do this since do a fresh OpenServer install
very rarely these days (SuSE 8.2 Linux just drops on the IBM xSeries
machines with no problems).
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