Relinking the kernel and rebooting the system
After allocating resources and resolving conflicts, enabling BIOS
resource allocation, or disabling a device, you must relink the kernel
and reboot the system to put these changes into effect.
ISA PnP Configuration Manager:
Click on Apply.
Messages appear as system files are updated.
Click on OK to create a new kernel which reflects
the changes you made.
If you click on Cancel instead, you can create the
kernel manually at a later time. See
``Relinking the kernel''
for more information.
The changes you made will not be in effect until you
relink the kernel and reboot the system.
To halt the system, use the
System Shutdown Manager
Boot the system into multiuser mode.
Troubleshooting card configuration
Resolving configuration conflicts
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003