Sco unixware driver installation, Initio, Overview – Initio INI-9090U User Manual
Page 51: Installation
SCO UnixWare device driver will support UnixWare 2.x. The device driver is
transferred from the floppy diskette to the hard drive where it is loaded during system
The installation of Initio device drivers to support SCO UnixWare may be found on the
9XXXU/9XXXUW DRIVER DISK 2
The SCO UnixWare drivers developed by Initio will be installed on the disk drive used for
system initialization. It is strongly suggested that the selected procedure be read and
understood before continuing with the system configuration or change. Please read the
Updating interrupts and hardware settings
The following interrupt configuration settings are suggested as the most effective means of
providing a controller interrupt to the host adapter:
Host adapter interrupt level must be set to IRQ 10 for proper installation of the Initio
Please refer to your system documentation to set the interrupt levels and your peripheral
documentation for help in setting SCSI IDs.
Installing the Initio driver in a new UnixWare system
Drivers for the host adapter may be found on the
INI-9XXXU/9XXXUW DRIVER DISK 2
most cases you will load the drivers during a new installation of UnixWare from CD-ROM.
The driver is loaded during the early stages of the installation procedure. The UnixWare
installation program will prompt you for the required parameters as the installation proce-
dure progresses. It is highly recommended that you have a copy of the SCO UnixWare
Installation Handbook and SCO UnixWare System Owner Handbook for reference.
1 Insert the SCO UNIXWARE INSTALLATION DISKETTE into the floppy drive and turn
on the computer. Follow the on-screen installation instructions.
SCO UnixWare Driver Installation