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© December 2003 (various)

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How do I find out the names of BTLDs on a SCO Unix BTLD diskette?

Boot from your boot diskette. At the Boot: prompt, insert the BTLD floppy and type dir. Some of the names you see are BTLDs, and some may not be. If you see one which you think might be a BTLD, you can give its name as an argument to dir (e.g. dir foo); if you see that it has subdirectories called install and driver, it's a BTLD.


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