Re: SCSI not detected
Milon Firikis (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 01 Mar 1999 13:28:21 +0200
John Garrison wrote:
> I am having trouble getting linux to detect my scsi card. When my
> computer boots up it says 'scsi detected 0' or something to that effect,
> but I do have an scsi card installed. If I do a modprobe of scsi_debug,
> it finds a non-existent drive everywhere possible. Somebody said the
> scanner number might be the same as the id number on the controller, so
> I changed it but nothing still happened. Might I need to change some
> DIP switches on the SCSI Card? I'm not sure exactly what type of SCSI
> card I have as it can with the scanner, and I can't find any reference
> to it in the docs, but I think it is an adaptec, what kind of adaptec I
> have no idea.
> Can somebody please help me get my scanner working? I really need it
> and the linux newgroups haven't be much help getting my SCSI card
> detected. I'm sure it is something simple I am not doing.
Maybe you should tell us what scanner do you have. Then some experts in
this list may know the SCANNER_MODEL --> WHICH_SCSI_CARD combination and
give you some hints...
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