Mounting the CD under UNIX Operating Systems.
Before using the CD-ROM on UNIX operating systems the CD device/media must be mounted by the operating system on a suitable mount point.
Log in as Superuser and create a directory (if one is not present) called /cdrom:
Place the SX update CD in the CD-ROM drive.
When using SCO Openserver mount the device using the command:
mount -r -f ISO9660,filemode=444 /dev/cd0 /cdrom
When using SCO UNIX 3.2.4 mount the device using the command:
mount -r -f HS /dev/cd0 /cdrom
When using SCO Unixware mount the device using the command:
mount -r -F cdfs -o nmconv=c /dev/cdrom/c1b0t0l0 /cdrom
On all other operating systems consult the manual pages of your mount command.
Access the Drivers on the CD
The device drivers and utilities provided on the CD can be accessed/installed in the following ways:
From the Windows desktop:
Copy Windows, DOS and OS/2 drivers to diskette or onto other systems via the network.
Install direct from the CD using the instructions provided in the product user documentation.
Create UNIX driver diskettes using Specialix WinCopyd.
From the UNIX desktop:
Create UNIX driver diskettes using dd.
Install certain drivers direct from the CD (refer to the file drivers/index.htm on the CD).