Help: Kernel panic during the installation of floppies

Help: Kernel panic during the installation of floppies

Post by SEKERCIOGLU » Sun, 17 Apr 1994 16:08:18

Dear Linux Experts,

I am trying to install Linux for a while. I am using a Seagate
ST01 SCSI controller, which is as far as understan a supported board.
However, during the installation process, I am getting this message
and the system halts:

Kernel Panic
SCSI: Unsupported message byte xxx received.
In swap task, not syncing.

(xxx=128 or 111)

This message is produced during the installation of different floppies
in every trial.

Thanks in advance...

Ahmet Sekercioglu


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