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Snow_death
post Aug 25 2005, 09:38 AM
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I have a Intel i960 SCSI Card with 4 Seagate ST39175LW Barracuda 18LP 9.1GB Ultra SCSI-II Hard Drive's. I am wanting to install Slackware 10.1. I try installing the SCSI.S kernal and when I do Fdisk -l or cfdisk I either get Fatal Error: cannot read disk drive or read only access. Please help me.
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QUOTE (Snow_death @ Aug 25 2005, 09:38 AM)
I have a Intel i960 SCSI Card with 4 Seagate ST39175LW Barracuda 18LP 9.1GB Ultra SCSI-II Hard Drive's. I am wanting to install Slackware 10.1. I try installing the SCSI.S kernal and when I do Fdisk -l or cfdisk I either get Fatal Error: cannot read disk drive or read only access. Please help me.

There are many kernels when it comes to SCSI cards for slackware. Have you only tried SCSI.S?

There are quite a few you should try.

For example, scsi2.s and scsi3.s

ibmmca.s might work too

I found that adaptec.s works for a few non-adaptec cards as well.

Please see http://slackware.com/install/bootdisk.php for more info


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