When I try to boot linux with the parameter aha152x=0x340,11,7,1 (or 0
as the last parameter), it works with just the CD-ROM, but it doesn't
work when the disk drive is also connected. The error I get is
something like SCSI0: target 2 lun 1 sense error, doing reset and then
it hangs. What is a lun used for? Why is the driver trying to access
luns > 0? Is there a way to prevent the driver from doing this?
The disk drive/CD-ROM combination works perfectly under MS-DOS, which
makes me think it is not a cable or terminator problem.