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SCO Unixware 2.1.x on VMware server 1.0.3

I'm trying to install SCO Unixware 2.1.x on VMware server 1.0.3.  I
realze that this is an unsupported configuration (from VMware's
perspective) we're doing this to provide a short term DR solution
(peace-of-mind) for a critical Unixware 2.1 system until it can be
upgraded, migrated or phased out.

The problem we're having is that the SCO installer is not recognizing
the IDE controllers or CDROM drive.  I have tried loading the ptf3116
updated drivers and the hba212 driver disks to no avail.  Within the
DCU (Device Configuration Utility) I do see 3 unknown devices which I
am assuming are the IDE controller, CDROM drive and Hard Drive but,
the IRQ and I/O values do not seem to correspond to what I would
expect VMware to be presenting, and appear uneditable.

I have searched extensively on the web for documentation on this
configuration.  I have found posts saying that it is possible to
complete this install however, I do not see any info on how it was
done.  If anyone can offer pointers or links to documentation we've
missed I would greatly appreciate the assistance.

Thanks,

-Andy

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On Jul 26, 4:16 pm, andy.rei...@gmail.com wrote:
> I'm trying to install SCO Unixware 2.1.x on VMware server 1.0.3.  I
> realze that this is an unsupported configuration (from VMware's
> perspective) we're doing this to provide a short term DR solution
> (peace-of-mind) for a critical Unixware 2.1 system until it can be
> upgraded, migrated or phased out.
>
> The problem we're having is that the SCO installer is not recognizing
> the IDE controllers or CDROM drive.  I have tried loading the ptf3116
> updated drivers and the hba212 driver disks to no avail.  Within the
> DCU (Device Configuration Utility) I do see 3 unknown devices which I
> am assuming are the IDE controller, CDROM drive and Hard Drive but,
> the IRQ and I/O values do not seem to correspond to what I would
> expect VMware to be presenting, and appear uneditable.
>
> I have searched extensively on the web for documentation on this
> configuration.  I have found posts saying that it is possible to
> complete this install however, I do not see any info on how it was
> done.  If anyone can offer pointers or links to documentation we've
> missed I would greatly appreciate the assistance.
>
> Thanks,
>
> -Andy

Just in case I'm not the only one trying to do this, I've found the
answer.  Download updated install boot disk and hba driver disk images
from the SCO ftp server:

readme files:

ftp://ftp.sco.com/pub/UW21/ptf3256.txt
ftp://ftp.sco.com/pub/UW21/ptf3116c.txt

image files:
ftp://ftp.sco.com/pub/UW21/ptf3256.boot.dd
ftp://ftp.sco.com/pub/UW21/ptf3116c.hba.ide.dd.Z

then install using them.

1) rename the boot image to ptf3256.boot.img
2) unzip the ptf3116c image
3) rename the ptf3116c.hba.ide.dd file to ptf3116c.img
4) boot the vm using the ptf3256.boot.img floppy disk image
5) when prompted to install hba disks select yes and use the ptf3116c
disk image



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8/1/2007 12:53:31 AM
andy.reinke@gmail.com wrote:
: Just in case I'm not the only one trying to do this, I've found the
: answer.  Download updated install boot disk and hba driver disk images

Good you found out! How was the performance? A posting on the VMTN forums
indicate that the performance running OSR under VMware isn't too good,
and it would be interesting to know if it's the same issue on Unixware.

http://www.vmware.com/community/thread.jspa?threadID=92088&tstart=210

Lars

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8/9/2007 7:49:30 PM
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Rumors of a possible merger with IBM drive Sequent's stock price up, but technology analysts aren't convinced a deal is sensible or imminent. ...

SCO puts disputed code in the spotlight
Technology launches take second place at SCO's confab to a defense of the legal battles against Linux, as the company displays the lines of code ...

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If you've flown on a major airline in the past few years, chances are you've seen your share of in-flight games. But who is behind all these, ...

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