Dan Kegel wrote:
> John Garrison wrote:
> > Can anybody tell me where to get the scsi drivers/module for linux? I
> > don't have scsi support built in I don't think. At least I hope not
> > cause when I boot up it says scsi hosts: 0 detected.
> > ... Anyway it is a DTC SCSI card
> I just went thru this for Red Hat 6.
> Interactively, you can just do
> /sbin/modprobe dtc
> I think, and that should turn on scsi support. You can see the
> available modules in /lib/modules/*/scsi.
> To do this automatically after boot, add the following to
> # load scsi
> if [ -n "$USEMODULES" ]; then
> if grep -s -q "^alias scsi" /etc/conf.modules ; then
> action "Loading scsi module" modprobe scsi
> and add a line to /etc/conf.modules saying what module to load for scsi,
> alias scsi dtc
> Better yet, recompile your kernel to include built-in support for
> your SCSI card. Then you'll get the "hosts detected" message at boot time.
> - dan
> (The above is my opinion alone, and not that of my employer)
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