On Sat, Dec 09, 2000 at 08:00:41PM +0000, Jerry Fritschle wrote:
> --so obviously the driver is not there.
Well, it's not 100% certain that it would be a module (it's not on my
system for instance) but when SCSI is running, sg will appear in the
list consulted by find-scanner -- /proc/drivers
> modprobe sg_mod gives
> can't locate module sg_mod
On all the systems I've ever looked at it was called just 'sg' so probably
whoever said 'sg_mod' was taking about a newer (older?) kernel. Try
In the case that you just don't seem to have a SCSI generic module at all
you're no longer looking at a SANE problem - get someone to help you
make SCSI generic work and everything else should fall into place. If
you have vendor support that would be a good time to invoke it.
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