I am trying to temporary load Linux on a SCSI hd which I am running
off the SCSI port of my ProaudioSpecturm 16 (until I can afford a good VLB
controller). I have gone though the SCSI-HOWTO, but nothing is mentioned in
respect to problems during installion. Right, so here is a summary of the
Linux begins to boot, then recognizes both the PAS16 and the drive.
Then it produces 4 Unkonow command errors before displaying the drive
information. It then procedes to go though checking the rest of the system (no
problems here). When it attempts to check the parition information, it hangs
on the SCSI drive (which is the first drive it checks).
The drive is a Fujitsu M2624FA set on SCSI 0. The partition information
is readable from my OS/2 environment (although I have not checked it this is
true from the PAS16 as they request more money than I have to pay for their
SCSI HD device drivers (I had a firend bring over another controller to
partition the disc and read it from OS/2. Is this OK? or will the change in
drivers create a problem). Right, well, thanks for any help that is offered