: > I am thinking about buying a SCSI adapter sold by Corporate Systems. They assure me that it plays
: > well with UNIX. When pressed, they said that the card is built on the NCR-825 chipset.
: > Will SCO work o.k. with this card and if so, what needs to be done during the install?
: [Could you limit your posting window to 80 columns?]
: The SCO driver for Symbios Logic 53c8xx chipsets is "slha". It isn't in
: the default install kernel, so you will have to use the provided BTLD
: The driver hasn't specifically been tested by SCO with that card, so
: technically I guess I would say it isn't supported. It should work, but
: if you have problems, you may need CSC's help to resolve them.
The 825 chip is a very standard and very good chip. I've used it
with both Linux and FreeBSD with no problems, I'm sure SCO
will work with it just fine as well.
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