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Re: SCSI I2O Driver on ISO's?

Am Freitag 08 Juli 2005 16:34 schrieb Lennart Sorensen:
> On Fri, Jul 08, 2005 at 04:10:57PM +0200, Eduardo wrote:
> > adaptec 2010S raid card
> > RAID SCSI cards from Adaptec use this driver.
> Well if the drivers are the ones in drivers/message/i2o/ then yes the
> installer does in fact leave all of them out.
> I recently built a netinst for sarge amd64 that uses 2.6.11-9-amd64
> instead of the 2.6.8-11 used currently on the "official" cd, which a few
> people have used successfully to install on machines that didn't work
> with 2.6.8.  I could try and add the i2o drivers to it as well and
> rebuild it with that setup if you would like to try that.  As long as
> the i2o uses the standard /dev/sd* scsi driver devices, I imagine it
> would actually work.  Of course I have no hardware to test that on, but
> I am willing to spend an hour or so updating my netinst image.
> The other option is to use another drive/controller while installing,
> then use the i2o in the full kernel installed to transfer to i2o and
> switch to booting from that.
> Len Sorensen

Nice stuff.
On my mashine the hd's are with i2o on /dev/i2o/hda and so on.
By the way, they are scsi-disc. :-)


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