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Re: How to hack a new kernel into a woody CD?

#include <hallo.h>
* Oliver Elphick [Mon, Dec 16 2002, 05:31:37PM]:

> > > The machine has an Adaptec RAID card (2400A) which needs the dpti
> > > driver.  This driver is present in kernel 2.4.20, but not in the 2.2.20
> > > kernel used on the CD.  The manufacturer only supplies drivers for
> > > RedHat with kernel 2.4.16 (and one or two other earlier kernels).
> > 
> > Assuming this is the aacraid driver you're talking about, it's in the kernel
> > used by the 'bf2.4' flavour.  Try that.
> Thanks for the suggestion.  I tried it, but aacraid is not the right
> driver; that kernel doesn't seem to have the dpti driver built in.

Tell me what you need, I am configuring the next kernel generation
2.4.20-bf2.4 today.

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