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Re: Mylex DAC960 driver in boot floppie

I had the same problem several months ago.  My fix was to goto another
machine and buld a kernel image with this driver.  Then I just replaced the
kernel on the floppy.  Once I figured out which kernel options I needed for
the potato setup to work, it worked like a charm.  Do you need this image,

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jaakko Niemi" <liiwi@lonesom.pp.fi>
To: <debian-boot@lists.debian.org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 18, 2000 10:39 AM
Subject: Mylex DAC960 driver in boot floppie

> Howdy,
>   I just tried to install potato on a machine with Mylex DAC960PG
>   raid card and noticed that the DAC960 driver is a module.
>   The module is unusable unless one has some other media where
>   to install the modules and base system (a rare case).
>   Boot floppies version: 2.2.16-2000-07-14
>   Instead then I tried the infamous LinuxTag cd, which contained
>   older version of boot floppies, and the install worked flawlessly.
>   -j
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