Re: aha2920, "no disk found"
On 24 Feb 98 at 9:56, TW Kayos <email@example.com> wrote:
[back and forth about deciding if 2920 is supported snipped]
This is a perfect example of why computers (any OS, any platform) are such
a pain (can't find the one detail you need) and why the 'net is such a
The hardware howto does in fact list the 2920 as supported.
However, the aic7xxx readme does NOT list the 2920.
Conclusion: 2920 is supported, but not by the aic7xxx driver.
I did some searching using Dejanews and the archives for this mailing
list. Here's what I found:
The Adaptec 2920 is in fact a Future Domain TMC3260.
Windows 95 correctly identifies it as a Future Domain (score 1 for
To use this SCSI adapter with Linux you need to use the fdomain driver
*not* the aic7xxx driver.
At the LILO boot you should add
(These are my settings, YMMV)
or add the command to lilo.conf thusly:
The fdomain driver can be compiled into the kernal (recommended) or added
as a module.
I don't have Linux (yet) on my box with the 2920. Would someone please
confirm that my research is correct and that this procedure does in fact
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