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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.


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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