# # How can I use a PC Card (PCMCIA) with SCO Unix?
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© December 2003 (various)

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How can I use a PC Card (PCMCIA) with old SCO Unix?

This is an ancient post with no relevance to modern systems.

SCO has released PC Card (The Standard Formerly Known As PCMCIA) drivers for OpenServer Release 5 as TLS619.

Lynnsoft ([email protected], http://www.lynnsoft.com/software.htm) also makes PC Card drivers for SCO Unix.


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Wed Jan 25 08:28:51 2006: 1556   anonymous


This one works

ftp://ftp.sco.com/pub/TLS/



Wed Jan 25 11:22:49 2006: 1559   TonyLawrence

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Thanks: SCO stupidly rearranges their web structure every now and then. Bunch of morons..

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