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I'm trying to install a SCO NIC driver in order to achieve Full Duplex 100Mbps connectivity. The file I'm working with is e3hos5-v3_1_1_tar & the readme instructions were provided at http://support.3com.com/infodeli/tools/nic/sco/os5readmeinstall.txt. Everything goes well in installing from Media Image (selected /e3H directory for the VOL.000.000 file), which provides the option to install 3Com EtherLink PCI (ver 3.1.1). That installation however gets the following disk space error: (\) Insufficient disk space or inodes to install selected packages Details add the following: An error occured while calculating disk space usage Can't determine which filesystem should contain "/ Possibly corrupt mount table (mnttab) ...

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    Default scoadmin - mount space error on installing NIC driver

    I'm trying to install a SCO NIC driver in order to achieve Full Duplex
    100Mbps connectivity. The file I'm working with is e3hos5-v3_1_1_tar
    & the readme instructions were provided at
    http://support.3com.com/infodeli/tools/nic/sco/os5readmeinstall.txt.

    Everything goes well in installing from Media Image (selected /e3H
    directory for the VOL.000.000 file), which provides the option to
    install 3Com EtherLink PCI (ver 3.1.1). That installation however
    gets the following disk space error:

    (\) Insufficient disk space or inodes to install selected packages

    Details add the following:

    An error occured while calculating disk space usage Can't determine
    which filesystem should contain "/
    Possibly corrupt mount table (mnttab)

    The server has the following from df:

    /stand (/dev/boot ): 13778 blocks 3824 i-nodes

    Any suggestions on what to do to get around this issue would be
    greatly appreciated.

    Thank you.
    Kevin Guest

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    Default Re: scoadmin - mount space error on installing NIC driver


    "Kevin Reynolds" <com> wrote in message
    news:google.com... 

    What version of OpenServer are you using??

    Why can't you use the e3H driver that comes with OpenServer?

    What's the output of: df -v ?

    Where is your root filesystem?


    Bob Guest

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    Default Re: scoadmin - mount space error on installing NIC driver

    In article <google.com>,
    Kevin Reynolds <com> wrote: 
     
     
     
     
     

    Sounds like you might be doing this from a single user admin boot
    and thus have no filesystems mounted.

    --
    Bill Vermillion - bv wjv . com
    Bill Guest

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    Default Re: scoadmin - mount space error on installing NIC driver

    got past this error & completed the install with a "mount -o remount
    /"...special SCO "feature" I'm told.

    thank you for the advice just the same.

    comREMOVE (Bill Vermillion) wrote in message news:<com>... 





    >
    > Sounds like you might be doing this from a single user admin boot
    > and thus have no filesystems mounted.[/ref]
    Kevin Guest

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