Can linux "work" with AHA-2920 cards?
I'm trying to get my SCSI cdrom to work with AHA-2920 controller. I
am also struggling with it under Windows 95, and linux doesn't see
Has anyone ever used this type of adapter? What drivers exist for it.
Apparently it can be seen as a future domain TMC-3260. Windows 95
uses a driver named fd16_700.mpd. This adapter is PCI and is recognized
by my new nexgen motherboard, and the bios finds the SCSI, but
Windows 95 wants to load the software from the CDROM. Well, my panasonic
cdrom used to work...
Now I have managed to shoot myself in the foot because windows wants
to read the software off the cdrom to run the cdrom. Kinda deja vu
all over again...
So I took it to work and put the scsi on the the micro channel at
work and copied the file from the cdrom to a floppy. Tonight
I'll try again.
But then again, my soundcard and scsi adapter are fighting over
something. This incompatibility under different/every operating
system is beginning to grate on my nerves...
Maybe I should have bought a bundled computer instead of trying
to mix and match on my own...
Well, guess I'll have to fall back to my card punch and change
a few lines of my compile deck....
"The Unknown COBOL Programmer"
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