Red Hat 5.0 won't detect Always IN2000 SCSI controller

Red Hat 5.0 won't detect Always IN2000 SCSI controller

Post by Thomas La » Fri, 17 Apr 1998 04:00:00

I created the boot disk from Red Hat 5.0 CD.  The boot disk could not
recognizied my Always IN2000 SCSI controller.  The boot disk works fine
on IDE controllers.  Does any one have any soloution?

Thomas Law


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