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Re: domex SCSI install disk

On Mon, Feb 01, 1999 at 12:46:05PM +0100, Pierre Ljungberg wrote:
> Hello
> My name is Pierre Ljungberg and I have a little problem. I have a domex
> UW SCSI controller and UW SCSI disk that I would like to install Debian
> on, but the controller is not supported by Your distribution install
> disk.
> However I have downloaded a patch for the kernel to make the controller
> identifiable.
> My question is:
> Can I some how make my own install disk that will identify my SCSI
> controller and allow me to install Debian Linux on my SCSI disk, if so,
> then how?

If it's supported by linux, it's just a matter of compiling a custom
kernel and copying that to the rescue floppy (it's a MS-DOS formatted
floppy). See readme.txt on that floppy for more details.

Enrique Zanardi					   ezanardi@ull.es

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