Re: kernel "append" options
Subject: kernel "append" options
Date: Thu, Jun 10, 1999 at 10:54:13PM -0700
In reply to:Lazar Fleysher
Quoting Lazar Fleysher(firstname.lastname@example.org):
> HI all,
> Could some one tell me how to find if a given kernel release supports
> certain append option. In particular, I am interested in
> 2.0.36 supports ide-scsi option. I want to do:
> I have tried it with no results, I do not know if kernel does not support
> it or I did something wrong...
> Thank you,
> Take these broken wings and learn to fly...
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For finding out, just about everything, the kernel supports, or
doesn't. Try grep -i ??? /usr/src/linux/Doc*/*
which, after replacing ??? with ide-scsi, for the 2.2.9 kernel gives
/usr/src/linux/Documentation/scsi-generic.txt:emulated one (eg
ide-scsi device driver). A value of 1 means emulated
YMMV for the 2.036 Kernel. I don't recall it being there, but....
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