Gene Heskett sends Greetings to Doug ;
>> If anyone knows where I could get Linux drivers for Adaptec
>> AVA-1505 SCSI card that would help !!!
>> Or maybe could you help for the string (I have no idea the way it
>> work) to enter to make it work at last !!! something like modprobe
>> aha152x aha152x=0x140,9,7 ????
>> Actually, I can't install Linux on my computer because I don't have
>> any IDE CD-ROM and the install package is unable to read the
>> f...k.. names on Win98 which are Rpms instead of RPMS
>> and so on...
>> Thanks to all.
>> | Catherine BRIAND et Geoffrey CHARRA ||
> Well your module arguments look good as long as they are
> right...mine is
> 0x140,0,1 though cuz my card is device zero on the scsi chain...with
> yer problem of HD install rename rpms back to RPMS(u do know that
> whatever its named to windows explorer will show it as Rpms, to
> really see go to a dos prompt and do a dir on the directory above
> it, RedHat in this case) then go to www.redhat.com and in the errata
> section are some new boot disks to fix that bug with the HD install
No, the aurguments don't look good, at least from here. Mime works quite
well so far, but if you check the jumpers, and put it on the alt
position, giving an 0x340 address, and use its apparently fixed IRQ of
11, then it should work. I've had several drives on it and it
recognized them all.
modprobe aha125x aha152x=0x340,11,7
For some reason, the default 0x140 address is out of the linux kernals
range, I don't seem to be able to make it be recognized at the 0x140
Gene Heskett, CET, UHK |Amiga A2k Zeus040 50 megs fast/2 megs chip
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