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From: 320095285153-0001@... (Achim Gottinger)
Subject: Re: No SCSI device
Date: Thu Jan 18 16:20:01 2001
Gabriel Emerson wrote:

> I am enthusiastic about Gentoo... in theory :)
> Second try, this time on my primary system; a Pentium III/500 with an
> adaptec 2940 based
> scsi adapter.  I log in as root, to run Fdisk, and find the only scsi
> devices are the
> scd?.  No sd?.  Is this a symptom of a devfs issue?  Though the boot
> sequence whipped
> by pretty quickly I did see it detect my controller and all 4 drives (2
> IBM DDRS-39130, a
> yamaha 6/4/16 cd-writer, and a generic scsi cd).

Hmm, what release do you use, it seems like w need to add sd[a-][0-]
You can use mknod to create the missing ones manually. You should copy the
kernel from the bootdisk (/dev/ram0)
to your systems /boot/boot/bzImage (backup the old one) because
scsi-support is only availabe in modules and we
have no initrd that preloads modules.

Bye Achim

> --Gabriel
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Re: No SCSI device
-- Gabriel Emerson
No SCSI device
-- Gabriel Emerson
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