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SubjectRe: 2.0.36 + kerneld + sr_mod
Did you use initrd, to load your scsi module on boot up ?

Stefan Monnier a écrit:

> I'm having troubles with 2.0.36 where kerneld is not contacted when
> access to the cdrom device is requested. Opening /dev/scd0 fails
> without any kernel error message. If I manually `insmod sr_mod'
> it all works fine.
>
> Any hint at where the problem could be ?
> I'm not running a plain 2.0.36 but a 2.0.35+modular-sound+e2compr+sockfs
> upgraded to 2.0.36, so I may have messed something up in the merging process.
> But a `diff -ru' of drivers/scsi shows no difference between plain 2.0.36
> and my version (as is to be expected since the patches don't involve scsi).
>
> Stefan
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