Bug 2289 - Installer cannot load Future Domain TMC-885/TMC-950 CD driver
Installer cannot load Future Domain TMC-885/TMC-950 CD driver
Status: CLOSED CURRENTRELEASE
Product: Red Hat Linux
Classification: Retired
Component: installer (Show other bugs)
5.1
All Linux
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Assigned To: David Lawrence
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Reported: 1999-04-20 13:05 EDT by schmidtu
Modified: 2008-05-01 11:37 EDT (History)
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Last Closed: 1999-05-07 18:28:00 EDT
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Description schmidtu 1999-04-20 13:05:08 EDT
Hello... On both Linux 5.1 and 5.2 the installer cannot load
the Future Domain Driver for the TMC-885/TMC-950 SCSI card.
It tries to use a Seagate driver instead. I have the 5.1 CD
and I downloaded the 5.2 versions of boot.img and supp.img.
They have the same bug. Is there a work around for this? I
am very experienced in computers but brand new to LINUX.
   Just in case it matters.. the CDROM is an old NEC CDR84-1
and is the only device on the SCSI bus. The 2 hard drives
are IDE.

regards, Ulrich Schmidt

schmidtu@cadvision.com
Comment 1 Matt Wilson 1999-04-27 11:23:59 EDT
Please verify with 6.0
Comment 2 David Lawrence 1999-05-07 18:28:59 EDT
This is the proper behavior for the TCM-885 and TMC-950 boards which
use the seagate.o module which also provides support for the ST01/ST02
scsi controllers. It may be necessary for you to specify settings for
your card in order for the install to find the card. You would need to
choose 'specify options' and then enter the io address and irq that
your card is using. Please consult your documentation for the card to
see what it is set up as.

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