SCO Unix Custom Utility

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I am not sure how many of you here have used SCO Unix, but they have a utility that they call Custom it helps install drivers and programs and such. Is there any way to get this utility into RedHat Linux????? or is there another FREE Linux/Unix distro that has this?
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Uh, make install?

Typically, drivers are either kernel-based or LKM's. Either way the installation is trivial, it's sourcing that's a problem.
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The reason I am asking is because the company I work for has a build CD for thier software and it relys on Custom to install, so I was trying to see if there was a quick way I could make this work in Red Hat.

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