I was previously running 1.2.13, until I wanted to use my AHA2940
SCSI controller to run a Fujitsu SCSI-2 1.08Gb Hard drive and Toshiba
CDROM. I upgraded to kernel 1.3.40 a few days ago. Everything seems
okay. I have not replaced the old kernel image yet, so I am booting
from a floppy. It seems that the 2940 is now recognized by the
kernel, but still get
SCSI: 0 Hosts detected
at bootup time. I have the 2940's BIOS control enabled as well as its
termination. The HD is in the middle of the internal ribbon (and so
its termination resistor has been removed), while the CDROM is at the
end of the ribbon. There are no SCSI ID conflicts.
The drive and CDROM are reocognized by the AHA2940's BIOS at bootup
(before LILO starts) I formatted a small partition on the SCSI drive
under DOS and wrote files to it verifying that it is working under DOS.
My linux system has been working fine for a year on 1 IDE drive. I
wanted to move linux to the SCSI drive and maybe put a few DOS/WIN
things there too.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.