Posted on 1998-11-12
Last Modified: 2013-12-16
I have to install SCO UNIX onto a PC that is currently running red-hat Linux. How do I do that,I am unable to figure it out. The current data on the machine is not worth to me.
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Thx to anybody who helps me out with this I sincerely appreciate their informations and help.
Thx once again
Best Wishes....

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kellyjj earned 100 total points
ID: 1812327
You boot up using the floopy provided, then follow the steps.  It is pretty strieght forward.  NOTE: the formating will take a while , so don't be alarmed.

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ID: 1812328
Dear Kelly the problem is that I don't have the floppy available and thats the reason Iam paniced. Do U have any idea how can I make a floppy ???will the DOS boot diskette work or the sytem disk that came out with the windows95 cd???
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PLease read the comment I have posted I certainly appreciate Ur ansewer

Expert Comment

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unfortunately, you must have the floopy provided with the CD. If your OS is registared then sco will send you a another copy.

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Thx for the reply kelly I sicerely appreciate Ur help

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