Re: more SCSI Woes
No I am not braver than you
I didn't see any such configs when i did it (kernel 2.0.29...but they shoul dbe there
if you see them I guess)
anyway I will look again when I can but...
I didn't see anything
Ossama Othman wrote:
> > > I'm not sure if this will help, but have you tried tweaking some of the
> > > SCSI low level driver settings when you configure your kernel?
> > no I havn't...I supose I should take a look at the source code for the kernelSCSI
> > drivers
> I meant the SCSI low level driver settings when you do a make
> config/menuconfig/xconfig in /usr/src/linux. There are some delay
> or timeout settings. from what I recall, that you tweak. The kernel
> config help for each of low level SCSI tells what each one does. You
> shouldn't have to mess around with the SCSI source, but go for it if you
> are up to it. You are braver then me; I never mess with the kernel source
> > > Also, is
> > > your kernel configured to support tape drives?
> > yes it is...but shouldn't at least some SCSI device be detected even if it
> > doesn'tsuport tape drives?..and that interrupt being lost is what get sme,...that
> > shouldn't happn
> Good point, I agree.
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