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Creating an IDE-CDROM device on SCO

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Hi!!!

How is an IDE-CDROM device to be created under a SCO system. I dont have the latest 5.0 version but it is somewhat older.....

Thanks in advance

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If you do not have SCO OPEN SERVER v 5.x you will not be able to do it.
The previous version did not support it.

Best regards
Frederico Fonseca

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Is there a way to get around that problem????

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You can upgrade to SCO OPENSERVER v5.04.
If this system is for personal use you can "buy" the free SCO OPENSERVER.
and other products for a very small price
see in
http://wdb1.sco.com/clbk_web/owa/freeunix_view_shopcart

Another way. If you are a very very good C programmer you can change the Unix kernel
to support it.

Best regards

Frederico Fonseca
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