Douglas Gilbert wrote:
> Bob van der Poel wrote:
> > 1. Just a comment on this page. In the linux section it talks about
> > scanners not being turned on at boot/powerup and using the line:
> > echo "scsi add-single-device 2 0 5 0" > /proc/scsi/scsi
> Works for me. Assuming the aha152x is the only SCSI adapter
> in your system then that "2" above should be a "0".
The point I was making is just that modprobe... will work as well.
> > I've not been able to get this to work. However, simply doing something
> > like:
> > modprobe /lib/modules/...path to scsi mods/aha152x.o
> > works perfectly. Might want to add this to the docs.
> > 2. Now, can someone help with this....I never needed to do the above
> > until just recently when I added cd-burner using the pseudo=scsi driver.
> > I have the following in my /etc/conf.modules:
> > alias scsi_hostadapter aha152x
> > post-install sg modprobe aha152x
> > options aha152x aha152x=0x140,9
> > and I'm thinking that I need to change it.
> Assuming its an IDE cdwriter and you're using the ide-scsi pseudo
> driver then you shouldn't need to anything with those lines
> in /etc/conf.modules .
> You may need to convince the IDE subsystem not to take control
> of the cd writer. This can be done by:
> - not building in the ide-cd driver
> - building in that driver and putting a line like this into lilo:
> - build the ide-cd driver as a module and if it must be loaded
> (e.g. to control another cd reader) then invoke it like this:
> modprobe ide-cd ignore=hdb
> [N.B. In the forthcoming lk 2.4 that append in the second bullet
> changes to: append="hdb=scsi" ]
> > But, I don't see what?? Oh,
> > should the 'sg' be changed to the 'sgb' since this is now my scanner
> > device? I really don't understand this entire sg* stuff...I was under
> > the impression that the whole works was supposed to be dynamic, but here
> > I am still manually setting things up. Had to set the cdrom to use
> > 'sga'...
> No, don't change 'sg' to 'sgb'
> Look at the output of 'cat /proc/scsi/scsi'. The order that devices
> appear there is the same order sg allocates device numbers (i.e.
> sg0, sg1 ...) or the now deprecated driver letters (i.e. sga, sgb ...).
> If the ide-scsi and aha152x drivers are modules (which seems to
> be the case) then by controlling the order of the module loads
> then you will control which device is sg0 and sg1 .
Yes, they are both modules and the /proc/scsi/scsi order is the
expected one with the scanner on sgb and the cd on sga.
I suppose that if changed the order in my /etc/conf.modlues the order
of the driver letters would reverse. Since I've not set my /etc/sane.d/microtek.conf
file to have the line /dev/sgb I better not change the conf.modules.
But, I still don't understand why I don't get auto-magic loading/sensing
of the scanner like I used to. FWIW, the lines I added to get the writer
options ide-cd ignore=hdd # tell the ide-cd module to ignore hdd
alias scd0 sr_mod # load sr_mod upon access of scd0
pre-install sg modprobe ide-scsi # load ide-scsi before sg
pre-install sr_mod modprobe ide-scsi # load ide-scsi before sr_mod
pre-install ide-scsi modprobe ide-cd # load ide-cd before ide-scsi
I think this came right out of the cdburner-howto.
Ya, sure... But thanks for taking time to reply.
Well, I'm off on a brief holiday. Maybe when I get back I can get
this to work perfectly.
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