SATA Hard Disk support by SCO OpenServer 5.05

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Old 07-27-2009
SATA Hard Disk support by SCO OpenServer 5.05

Is SATA hard disk is suooprted by SCO OpenServer 5.05? If No, how to couter this problem. If yes, please provide the installation steps.
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Old 08-04-2009
Only if attached to a supported RAID card - and you will find very few with driver support for 5.05...

Stick with IDE or SCSI. IDE disks MUST be smaller than 127gb.
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Old 09-14-2009
See link in reply to "can i install SCO 5.0.5 on a Lenovo R61"
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