Question about Sco OpenServer 5.0.7
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How to install sco openserver
1. For better compatibility with new hardware, try 5.0.7. for best compatibility, move to 6.0.
2. Look in your CMOS setup for SATA controller options. You must use "Legacy" or "Compatibility" mode.
3. You must use a disk 120gb or smaller. While you can probably install successfully on a larger disk, you will get file and data corruption.
There are other considerations, most of which you can find out about on SCO's website - Support - Knowledgebase.
Posted on Jun 20, 2011
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