jwelling at crosswinds.net
Thu Jun 3 11:51:37 EST 1999
I've got a G3 minitower. I can't get it linux to acknowledge the ultra
scsi drive. I tried to bypass the builtin scsi by plugging it into the
pci scsi card. No help. I've also tried kernels 2.2.1 thru 2.2.7. I
started by partitioning the internal drive with the correct partitions.
When boot linux through bootX, I go into the redhat installer and it
can't find the disk. I drop out to the redhat messages and it says
"/proc/scsi/scsi: Attached devices: none". The kernel messages note
detecting scsi0 : MESH scsi : 1 host. and no other controllers. If
anyone has any input, it would be greatly appreciated.
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