Adding BTLDs after initial installation
To add BTLD drivers after installation:
Login as root, put the system into system
maintenance mode, and run
from the command line.
If prompted, select the floppy drive from which to install.
Insert the BTLD disk when prompted and press <Enter>.
Enter the names of the packages to be added. When prompted,
insert the appropriate floppy disk into the drive.
You may now be prompted to enter any tunable parameters and
hardware-dependent parameters such as the IRQ,
DMA channel, and base I/O address.
If any conflicts occur (for example, if the IRQ that the
boot-loaded driver wants to use is already occupied by another driver),
boot explains the problem and lists the possible resolutions.
On returning to the command prompt, relink the kernel as described in
``Relinking the kernel''
and reboot the system.
Configuring drivers with the Hardware/Kernel Manager
Adding BTLDs at boot time
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003