Adding PC Card devices
SCO OpenServer provides support for a variety of
PC Cards (both PCMCIA and CardBus),
including host bus adapters, network adapters,
When adding a PC Card to your system,
note the following:
For more information on PC Card architecture,
see the PC Card Resource Directory web site at:
PC Card and Socket Services support PCI
to CardBus bridges with a ClassCode of ``0x060700''.
PCI to PCMCIA bridges with a
ClassCode of ``0x060500'' are not supported.
To verify the ClassCode of the bridge on your system,
run hw -vm.
Most laptop computers do not support shared interrupts
or overlapping memory addresses. Each device
must have its own IRQ and I/O address assigned.
When installing and configuring a PCMCIA card,
command or the
command with the -h option to determine
the IRQs and I/O addresses that are available on your
SCO OpenServer does not support the use of hot-pluggable PC Cards.
Be sure that your PC Card devices are installed
when you boot your system and do not remove
a PC Card device while the system is in use.
If you do remove a PC Card device while the system is
turned off, you must return the card to the same slot in
which it was configured or the device will not be
recognized when you restart the system.
Depending on the type of PC Card that you
are using, you may also want to see:
And finally, for lists of the specific PC Cards
that are supported in SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7, see:
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003