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Re: SUN Enterprise 3000

This is exactly the case, and is exactly how I had to install my E3000.

On Thu, Aug 18, 2005 at 05:36:00PM +0200, Romain Dolbeau wrote:
> > Yes, I could. But that does not solve the problem. If the scsi drivers are
> > not available within Debian, it is never going to recognize the disks - as
> > is the case already. And will complain that there is no device to write
> > to. So, any help is appreciated.
> During netboot (don't know about cdrom boot), SCSI drivers are not
> present in the loaded image, but are loaded afterward from the http
> source (or ftp source, or whatever). This is the case for the extremely
> common esp driver (used on almost all sun4c and sun4m machine, and some
> sun4u).
> Maybe the SCSI driver you need would also be available in this manner,
> even if it's not present in the default kernel on cdrom.
> -- 
> Romain Dolbeau
> <romain@dolbeau.org>
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