Have You Seen This File?

Have You Seen This File?

Post by Terry MacLe » Thu, 13 Jan 1994 21:22:43

Greetings Y'all,

A SunOS 4.1.1 user asks "is /usr/lib/libsocket.a a Sun file?".

I've checked the CD-ROM that contains the SunOS 4.1.1 release
but I haven't found it there.

ar t libsocket.a reveals:

Using the "strings" cmd on it only yields a "SOCKET Version 1.3"

NOTE: I know this file exists under SunOS 5.x, but we're talking
about SunOS 4.1.1 here.

If you've seen this file and know what 3rd party application
software it is a part of, please drop me a line.




1. Having problems getting the Adaptec 1522b (ISA) seen

I've been trying to get our new AHA-1522B to work without
  success, it is the plug/play version.  In the past I had
  no problem with IN2000 or AHA-1542 some problems with both
  the AHA-2840/42 (very slow since version 2.0.0) and AMD53C974
  but were always get them to work.  This time I can't even see
  the controller.  When the system boots and before LILO loads
  it sees the controller and the connected devices but that is
  it.  I built the kernal several times to no end.  I also stripped
  the machine down to the bare minimum (no other controller the
  the execption of the builtin ones  IDE and floppy)

  Has anyone else seen this problem.



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