Re: Debian and Adaptec 294x
Herbert, I apologize, I think you were right. According to
Debian-testing group, the following kernel/rescue disk seems to work
Karl, I'd like to provide your rescue image in the Debian archive
proper (i.e., dists/stable/disks-i386/current/aha/ ?). Should we just
grab your rescue image? Is it based on 2.1.9 or later (CVS) updates?
Do we need a drivers disk too?
"Karl B. Hammar" <email@example.com> writes:
> Your message says me that the 7000FASST might not be the cause of the
> Well, try this one then
> # cp .config.save .config
> # make menuconfig # remove all compiled in SCSI support except aic7xxx
> # make dep; make clean; make zImage
> # mv arch/i386/boot/zImage vmlinuz-2.0.36-only-aic7xxx
> available as ftp://kalle.csb.ki.se/pub/vmlinuz-2.0.36-only-aic7xxx
> # cp /.../disks-i386/2.1.9-1999-03-03/resc1440.bin .
> # cp resc1440.bin resc1440.bin-only-aic7xxx
> # mount -o loop resc1440.bin-only-aic7xxx /mnt
> # cp vmlinuz-2.0.36-only-aic7xxx /mnt/linux
> # /mnt/rdev.sh
> + set -e
> + readonly Arch=i386
> + Arch=i386
> + '[' i386 '!=' m68k ']'
> + rdev -R /mnt/linux 1
> + rdev -r /mnt/linux 0
> + rdev -v /mnt/linux -1
> + rdev /mnt/linux /dev/ram0
> # umount /mnt
> available as ftp://kalle.csb.ki.se/pub/resc1440.bin-only-aic7xxx
> To save download time, get vmlinuz-2.0.36-only-aic7xxx and do part two
> If this does not work, hmm, big problems
> If this do work, let us include more SCSI support and iterate till we find
> the one cousing the conflict.
.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>