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Re: how does anaconda naming disks



Yes,it is RHEL4.editting /etc/modprobe.conf can solve this
problem.Actually simply doing a mkinitrd after the OS is installed and
using the newly created initrd.img file can solve this issue too.
However I am still curious about how come the /etc/modprobe.conf file
is generated in a different way in RHEL4u5.Also,how did the OS
installer and OS are probing and naming devices in a different way.
Is this related to kudzu,
or initrd.img file in the /isolinux directory in the disk
or udev
or other parts in the linux?

Hopefully my questions won't be too many and troublesome.
Really appreciate your help and explaining.

thanks
scott

2007/12/14, Dave Lehman <dlehman redhat com>:
>
> On Fri, 2007-12-14 at 11:11 +0800, leilei175 gmail com wrote:
> > Hi guys,
> > I have some problem with RedHat linux installer.
>
> Is this with RHEL4? If so, you can edit /etc/modprobe.conf by removing
> the first line that looks like this:
>
> alias scsi_hostadapter usb-storage
>
> There should already be another usb-storage entry after your other SCSI
> entries to handle your USB device. I am not whether or not you will need
> to re-run mkinitrd after making this change.
>
> HTH,
> Dave
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