If you already have the driver installed and are installing a newer version be sure to remove any existing drivers and mpi packages first.
cp 401019ad.bin VOL.000.000 --First disk image
cp 401383ad.bin VOL.001.000 --Second disk image
The spelling is "vee oh el" the rest are numbers zero. Now proceed to the next section.
If installing from diskettes:
Insert the MPI diskette 1.
Select the ''''''''Floppy Disk Drive'''''''' from the drop down list for Media Device. Select [Continue].
If installing as Media Image (VOL file):
Select ''''''''Media Image'''''''' from the drop down list for Media device. Type in the pathname to the directory where the VOL images reside.
4. Highlight the MenuPort Interface item, then select [Install].
5. If installing from diskette, insert disk 2 when promted then select [Continue].
6. Press [Enter] when prompted, then select [OK] when done.
After the restricted rights legend, you will see the Main menu. Items in this menu are:
* Config -Which lets you install, change and remove device drivers for
specific boards and operating systems.
* System -Which lets you build a new kernel, update installed device drivers and create an image of the kernel.
* Monitor -Which runs DigiBoard Port Authority (DPA), a software diagnostic tool that allows users to easily monitor the status of the serial port boards and serial ports.
* Ports -Which allows you to configure devices for Digi ports.
* Notes -Which displays the release notes for the supported device drivers.
1. Select Config
2. Select Install
3. Select the appropriate product family from the list (this is not auto detected).
4. Fill in the correct information for your product. Be sure and press [F2] in the Adapter Type field to select the appropriate product and bus type.
5. Press [F5] to continue.
6. Answer ''''''''y'''''''' to kernel relinking questions.
7. Reboot your Unix system.
8. Now you can configure your ports. Go to the following documentation for configuring devices in SCO Unix.
See DPA loopback testing: DPA Loopback Testing
Removing Device Drivers
1. To run the MenuPort Interface program, log in as root and enter: mpi
2. From the Main menu, select Config.
3. Now select Remove, from the Config menu.
4. From the Pick List, select the device driver you wish to remove. Repeat this step for all installed device drivers.
5. Answer ''''''''y'''''''' to kernel relink questions, then reboot the system when completed.
Removing the MPI Software Package SCO UNIX
1. Log onto the console as super-user (root), and enter the following
2. Highlight the MPI line item Select Software, then select Remove Software
3. Confirm by selecting [Remove]
4. Select [OK] when the removal is complete.
5. Now you may exit custom the removal is finished.