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If you run an old version of SCO UNIX, you may need to get important TCP/IP patches for Samba to work correctly. Without the patch, you may encounter corrupt data transfers using Samba.

The patch you need is UOD385 Connection Drivers SLS. It is available from SCO, directory SLS, files uod385a.Z and uod385a.ltr.Z).

The information provided here refers to an old version of SCO UNIX. If you require binaries for more recent SCO UNIX products, please contact SCO to obtain packages that are ready to install. You should also verify with SCO that your platform is up to date for the binary packages you will install. This is important if you wish to avoid data corruption problems with your installation. To build Samba for SCO UNIX products may require significant patching of Samba source code. It is much easier to obtain binary packages directly from SCO.

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