Re: Installing Debian/Hurd
Sounds like this is a great opportunity for you to dig into the scsi
driver code! ;-)
But, you'd said that you're using 5 disks; have you tried the scsi
disk with <5 disks total? That is, have you checked to ensure that the
scsi problem is not related to the fact that you're using 5 disks? (I
do know you had no problems with 5 IDE disks.)
email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote --
> >> From: Marcus Brinkmann <Marcus.Brinkmann@ruhr-uni-bochum.de>
> >> The scsi and all other block device drivers in gnumach are taken
> >> from linux, with very little changes in some cases.
> >> In most cases you can just plug the linux source file in the appropriate
> >> directory and do some changes to the source and expect it to work.
> Well, in that case, I expect I need a source package so I can do some
> playing around meself !
> Latest, is my own chicken scratches of the sequence of error...
> Sometime after probing parallel ports, and such, after the failed WD-7000,
> I get...
> scsi: AdvanSys SCSI 3.1E PCI Ultra 16 CDB: IO FCC0/F, IRQ 9
> scsi: 1 host
> scsi: aborting command due to timeout: pid 0, scsi 0, channel 0, id 0, LUN
> 0, 0x 00 00 00 00 00 00
> Also having some problems accessing partitions on other drives while