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SubjectRe: AIC7890 support
On Mon, 12 Oct 1998, Bernhard Rosenkraenzer wrote:

> AIC7890 support in Linux is new - too new to be on any of the
> distributors' bootdisks.
> Build a bootdisk using kernel 2.1.125 and make the distribution install a
> 2.1.125 kernel rather than whatever it uses by standard, and it won't be
> much of a problem.

A better solution for RedHat or SuSE is to get the new boot disks from
ftp.dialnet.net:/pub/linux/aic7xxx/boot_disks/5.1.0-final.

Peter
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