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How to install SCO Unix ORS5.0.6 or OSR5.0.7 on Connectix Virtual PC!

Posted on 2003-10-23
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I have problems installing SCO Unix OSR506 / 507 on Connectix Virtual PC.

This is what is happening:

1: I boot Virtual PC with the Unix CD.
2: I get the boot prompt. Boot:
3: I press enter.
4: The kernel is loading.
5: All text dissapear.
6: I can press enter to continue the installation process (Í know the installation sequence).
7: Virtual PC is booting (I can't see any error message. No text).

Thx in advance
Skibskatten.
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Virtual PC uses alot of memory - you need a very powerful PC/Server to operate with proper functionality.

Possible reasons:

1. Not enough memory on host
2. Not enogh memory on Virtual OS
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