> Zeos 486/66
> 16 megs memory
> Adaptec 6260 onboard scsi
> Quantum 1 gig SCSI Drive
> NEC SCSI CD-ROM
> I tried to install linux but it doesn't recognize my scsi adaptor so it
> says no hard drive present.
>I believe that 6260 is equivalent to AHA1510, and 1510 driver exists but
>is in alpha test. You would have to compile it into the kernel by yourself.
>I did not try it though. Did anyone?
I've been meaning to post a follow-up on this.
To initially set up linux, I used the following boot diskette:
I did the SLS setup. After the LILO prompt when booting from the
floppy, you need to hit 'ALT'; then
Boot: ramdisk aha152x=0x340,11,7,1
The rest of the sls setup went fine. Once I had root on my hard disk
in partition /dev/sda4, I booted from floppy as above but did:
Boot: harddisk root=/dev/sda4 aha152x=0x340,11,7,1
The next step was to recompile the kernel. There is now support for
the 6260 in linux pl14 so I downloaded the new kernel source and added
the following two lines to the file:
#define IRQ 11
I then recompiled the kernel and created a new boot floppy. I have
not tried (as of yet) to boot linux from the hard disk.