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SubjectRe: re-detect SCSi bus?
On Fri, 13 Mar 1998, Doug Crompton wrote:
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> Why couldn't the kernel automatically scan for a device via the mount
> command if it is not initially detected - could be a command line option.
> I guess the relationship of device name to actual SCSI adress parameters
> would not be known - but then how does Win95 do it.....

This is not a kernel issue at all. Just get a copy of "mount" and
add any features you want. The mount program can certainly read
the /proc file system and force a re-scan of SCSI if, and only if,
a SCSI interface is detected.

Cheers,
Dick Johnson
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