How to insert new scsi driver into install package?

How to insert new scsi driver into install package?

Post by ??? » Wed, 29 Dec 1999 04:00:00

I developed some scsi driver for linux.  And I want to test to install

linux with my scsi driver. So I want to know how to insert my scsi

driver into linux package privately.  RedHat Linux has driver diskette

which has modules.cgz file. I guess modules.cgz has additional

driver modules about scsi and network. If I insert my scsi driver

module into modules.cgz, I can install Redhat linux with my scsi

driver. What format is *.cgz?  What tools can make *.cgz?

Thanks for reading, have a nice day!


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