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Can you use the AT/PCI-FAST driver version 2.0 in a SCO 220.127.116.11 system? If you can, how can it be done?
It is possible to use the latest driver, which ships with the card itself, all though some minor changes are required (see below).
Follow a normal OS5 installation sequence. It will fail whilst rebuilding
the kernel with an interrupt conflict with the RTC driver.
Edit /etc/conf/sdevice.d/comf and change the sixth entry on the line (first 0)
to the interrupt vector used for the first AT card.
Edit /etc/conf/pack.d/comf/space.c and add the following code fragment to the
end of the file.
signal ( g, 1 );
Restart the installation procedure.
# mkdev comf -installFollow the normal instructions of installation and the driver should install correctly.