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SubjectRe: My SCSI HD has 34 heads, not 255...
"Leonard N. Zubkoff" <lnz@dandelion.com>
wrote on 4 Jun 1996 17:25:19 GMT:

: Date: Mon, 3 Jun 1996 17:48:05 +0200 (MET DST)
: From: Robert Laufer <laufer@wicx50.informatik.uni-wuerzburg.de>
:
: The correct translations are allright, but IMO it couldn`t be that
: someone must rebuild his disk only of this changes.
: Why can't the aha152x driver accept the values of the partition-table it
: gets from the Bios?!
:
:Linux could use the incorrect translation, but the AHA152X's onboard
:BIOS will
:not, which will leave the disk unbootable and not suitable for any operating
:system that consults the AHA152X's BIOS to determine the translation. The
:partition table was created incorrectly for that controller, due to a buggy
:development kernel. That is unfortunate, and the person who was impacted by
:this has a workaround -- his modified source to the driver.
:Perpetuating that
:bug is not a good idea. There are very few SCSI controllers that will
:adapt to whatever they find in the partition table.
:
: Leonard

I repartitioned my Quantum Capella with the new aha152x driver for my
aha282 in 1.99.12.
Now I have got I clean disk, no more errors and I'am also able to install
LILO (by the way I boot off my IDE-disk).
BUT: I can no longer boot up with LILO. It stops with the two letters
"LI" and doesn't go any further. I reinstalled lilo bye fdisk /mbr under
DOS and afterwards lilo under Linux, but there was no change.
How can I get my system boot up again with LILO?

Robert.


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