changing scsi module
rlotz at u.washington.edu
Thu Jun 27 11:59:45 PDT 2002
If you are using the default kernal the the new scsi adapter is already
supported then you probably won't need to do anything. If you keep the
drives in the same configuration you shouldn't even have to change your
Otherwise you will need to create a boot disk/cdrom that supports your the
new scsi adapter and then recompile your kernel with the proper support.
You might also need to build a new initrd(?) image, I forget though, it
has been a long time since I used Linux on a scsi capable machine.
On Thu, 27 Jun 2002, antonino miceli wrote:
> hi all,
> i am running rh 7.3. i moved my scsi disk from one computer to another,
> but the scsi controller are different.
> what do i have to do to change the scsi module?
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