Boot-Time Loadable Drivers (BTLDs) provide access to
hardware devices that are not supported by the current kernel.
program invokes the separate
program to link-edit the new driver into the kernel after it has
been loaded, but before it runs.
You would typically use a BTLD package to add a driver
needed for installation, although you can use a BTLD at
any subsequent time to add a driver to your system.
Using a BTLD, you can install onto new hardware, or use
new hardware as soon as a driver is available.
New and updated BTLDs for current and previous SCO OpenServer
releases can be downloaded from the
SCO Support Download Area:
There are two ways to install BTLD disks on your system: