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Re: SIIG SCSI AP-10 PCI Adapter Debian Help?

There is an Initio driver available on the Initio website.  The driver
is also in the latest kernel snapshots from Alan Cox.  If this information
does not help you, let me know and I'll get more specific.

SIIG does not make its own cards.  They just buy cheap ones and sell
them with their name pasted on.  ;)



On Mon, Dec 21, 1998 at 11:21:39PM +0000, Art Lemasters wrote:
>     I installed a Micropolis SCSI drive with a SIIG AP-10
> adapter ("Fast" SCSI-2), and the kernel did not find it.
> Does anyone have a kernel, module or boot disk to support it?
> A year and a half, and I'm still a newbie here.  :-) 
>     /proc/scsi/scsi showed "Attached devices: none"  Here's the
> extract from /proc/pci.
> ---------------------------------------
> PCI devices found:
> [...]
>   Bus  0, device  17, function  0:
>     SCSI storage controller: Initio Corp Unknown device (rev 1).
>       Vendor id=1101. Device id=9400.
>       Medium devsel.  IRQ 15.  Master Capable.  Latency=32.  
>       I/O at 0x6100.
>       Non-prefetchable 32 bit memory at 0xe0410000.
> -----------------------------------------

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