[K12OSN] Adaptec AIC 79xx SCSI controller driver?
robark at telus.net
Tue May 11 03:43:40 UTC 2004
I don't want to use 4.01 because I'm using dual Xeons and I have read it's not
stable with an SMP kernel (yet). Hoping 4.1 (FC2) with kernel 2.6 will be
stable with SMP. I know Jim M. is intending on releasing it this month.
I'm intending on installing 3.1.2 in expert (dd) mode and install the scsi
controller driver via (DUD) Driver Update Disk found here
during installation. Just not sure which version of driver I should use.
1.3.11 or 2.0.10
**BTW I have never used a Driver Update Disk during installation before.
Hoping it's easy**
Anyone with experience?
On Sunday 09 May 2004 9:17 pm, Les Mikesell wrote:
> On Sun, 2004-05-09 at 22:51, Robert Arkiletian wrote:
> > **Didn't get any bites couple days ago so I'm reposting**
> > I'm installing K12LTSP 3.1.2 (Redhat 9.0) and I was wondering which
> > driver I should use for the Adaptec AIC 7902 SCSI controller?
> I'd recommend moving to the fedora-based version because it
> will work out of the box. Penguin's relion 140's use this
> controller and come with RH9 pre-installed with a modified
> aic79xx.o, but you can't boot a stock install CD without
> a driver disk and if you let apt or yum update your kernel
> it likely won't boot. I can probably dig up a copy of
> the driver but I'm not sure it will work on other machines
> and I haven't used it to install from scratch.
> Les Mikesell
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