Help: Loading SCSI drivers from server console
to all that will help
I just installed a new SCSI card on the Netware 4.11 server and need to load
the drivers i download. I am very new to this, so I do not know how to do
this. I tried LOAD INSTALL from the console, but that did not give me any
option for loading the drivers. Hope someone can help.
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Re: Help: Loading SCSI drivers from server console
On Fri, 17 Sep 2004 00:04:59 -0400, stewart allen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:[color=blue]
> I just installed a new SCSI card on the Netware 4.11 server and need to load
> the drivers i download.[/color]
You need to know the name of the driver (the file name) you want. Then you
can load it from the console prompt. Assuming you install the "Foo9900"
SCSI host adapter, and it came with a foo9900.dsk driver, you would type
"load foo9900". It may have some optional or required command line
parameters, but it should prompt for them if needs them.
Once you have this worked out, you'll need to add whatever you typed to
get it loaded, with any command line parameters needed, to the
startup.ncf file on your server's DOS partition.
This is all covered in the manuals.
> I tried LOAD INSTALL from the console, but that did not give me any
> option for loading the drivers.[/color]
You'll need Install next. Once you have the drivers loaded, you'll need
to use Install to make a partition and volume(s) on your new disk(s).
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