Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 59755
Adaptec AHA-1542 Scsi Card Not Recognized/Working
Last modified: 2008-08-01 12:22:52 EDT
Description of Problem:
I gather kudzu doesn't take care of SCSI Cards, During the install and boot
process I am never asked which SCSI Card I have - or anything.
Do I have to Recompile and reconfigure the kernel ( with modules? or build it
into the kernel ) - like I did with RedHat 5.2?
Please advise me as per the steps required to make it work ( I do not have a
SCSI Disk ( yet ) but I do have a scsi tape drive.
I'm almost sure this has been reported but I cannot find the solution.
My PC is AMD Athlon 1.2 Ghz.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
I did try rebuilding kernel into a bzImage - it almost worked - meaning - I ran
"modprobe aha1452" and /proc/scsi/scsi showed it being there - but modprobe
never finished. ALSO... What happened to "mt" - maintain tape drive? I don't
have it on my system?
Steps to Reproduce:
Please let me know - where I can find the correct information to solve my
Thanks for your help...
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